Einstein’s brain

Image credit: Thomas Harvey, NMHM, SILVER SPRING, MD

Both the left and right hemispheres of Albert Einstein’s brain were very well connected, which may have contributed to his brilliance. Scientists used a new technique to detail Einstein’s corpus callosum for the first time. The corpus callosum is the brain’s largest bundle of fibres connecting the two hemispheres and aids in interhemispheric communication.

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