Neuroscience's Most Famous Brain Reconstructed

Neuroscience's Most Famous Brain Reconstructed

The brain that made the greatest contribution to neuroscience and to our understanding of memory has become a gift that keeps on giving. A 3D reconstruction of the brain of Henry Molaison, whose surgery to cure him of epilepsy left him with no short-term memory, will allow scientists to continue to garner insights into the brain for years to come.

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