How much do we really know about the human brain?
|October 15, 2013||Posted by News under Neuroscience, News|
“We have a hundred billion neurons in each human brain,” said Nicholas Spitzer, a neurobiologist and co-director of the Kavli Institute for Brain and Mind at the University of California-San Diego (which is partnering with The Atlantic on this event). “Right now, the best we can do is to record the electrical activity of maybe a few hundred of those neurons. …
Wow. Schmeazle, would you mind dealing with the rest of those neurons on your lunch hour?
Hat tip: Stephanie West Allen at Brains on Purpose