‘Most Detailed’ Brain Map Presents Nearly 100 Previously Unknown Regions

Advertisement The human brain is more than just a clump of soft tissue made up of gray and white matter. Thanks to invisible regions and their respective functions, the brain is the central “machine” that propels our consciousness — allowing us to recognize faces, remember names and solve complex problems, among many others. Now, a spectacular new brain map is being hailed as the most detailed map of the brain’s regions yet, as well as a huge milestone in the field of neuroscience, because it presents nearly 100 previously unknown areas. It’s an “unprecedented glimpse” into the mechanisms of the human brain, experts say. Brain Standard Scientists from the Washington University School of Medicine have laid out an incredible landscape of the brain’s cerebral cortex or the outer layer composed of…


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