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Allan Jones: A Map Of The Brain
Mar 29, 2018

Whitney Welch
Core Spirit member since Dec 24, 2020
Reading time 5 min.

To begin to understand how the brain works first we need to create a map.

Using astounding visuals Allan Jones shows us how it all connects and which genes turn on tiny areas of the brain.

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