Brain Map 97 Unknown Regions
July 20, 2016 by staff
Brain Map 97 Unknown Regions, A new map of the 21st century the human brain contains 180 different in each hemisphere areas, including 97 previously undiscovered territories, research published Wednesday in the journal Nature revealed. Not exactly Google maps, but the new optical still provides the most detailed understanding of the cerebral cortex to date, based on the freshest data of the latest technologies.
The new map “is an important review and update previous maps,” said David Van Essen, lead author of the study. “Most of the new areas are in regions that associate with higher cognitive functions,” he said.
This is version 1.0, and as new data arrives, there will be reviews said Dr. Greg Farber, director of technology development at the National Institute of Mental Health, echoing the authors of the research.
“You know what world maps appeared in 1500 and you know what they look like in 1950? I think in terms of resolution and quality, we have passed from 1500 to 1950,” Farber said. Eventually, he said, we’ll get better definition, but it would be “very surprised” to see major changes in this new “parceling” Van Essen refers to it.
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