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The Austin Conference on Learning & Memory (ACL&M) is an internationally recognized meeting devoted to broad, multidisciplinary issues related to learning and memory and associated cognitive disorders and diseases.  The field of learning and memory is multidisciplinary, with relevant areas of research including molecular biology, genetics, neurophysiology, behavior, biophysics, engineering, and computer science. In addition, learning and memory research approaches incorporate various levels of analysis including molecular, cellular, systems, cognitive, and theory, using both animal models and human subjects. Because researchers who study learning and memory come from a wide range of diverse backgrounds, it is essential to provide opportunities for neuroscientists studying learning and memory to gather, share results, and discuss new techniques and developments in the field.  ACL&M provides this opportunity and has represented a major focal point for scientific discourse in the field of learning and memory since it was established in 2011.