Nearly 100 New Regions Identified in the Brain

Published in July in Nature, new research has identified nearly 100 previously unknown regions of the brain. This is being considered a major breakthrough in the neurosciences, offering a deeper insight into the human mind.

Scientists involved in the research are hopeful that as the data gets better and more researchers participate, this map will evolve and become more detailed.

The full Nature article can be found here.
Read the story in the Science section of the New York Times here.

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