Butterflies of the soul

Butterflies of the soul

Modern neuroscience, for all its complexity, can trace its roots directly to a series of pen-and-paper sketches rendered by Nobel laureate Santiago Ramón y Cajal in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. His observations and drawings exposed the previously hidden composition of the brain, revealing neuronal cell bodies and delicate projections that connect individual neurons together into intricate networks. As he explored the nervous systems of various organisms under his microscope, a natural question arose: What makes a human brain different from the brain of any other species? At least part of the answer, Ramón y Cajal hypothesized, lay...

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