Sep 262012
 

According to media reports, the National Museum of the U.S. health care recently released an iPad application NMHMC Harvey in the Chicago area, which allows the user to observe legendary physics genius Einstein’s brain slices. The application uses the Einstein’s brain slices the pathologist Thomas Harvey got in 1955, for the first time to show the the high IQ genius brain slices Figure to the general public in such a large extent.

After Einstein body cremation, Harvey cut his brain into 240 units to freeze storage. After a few years, Harvey donated multiple to the researchers, including the University of California UC Berkeley neuroscientist Professor Marian Diamond, he donated the remaining part to the Princeton University Medical Center Dr. Elliot Krauss in 1998.

According to the Associated Press, these brain slice data provided reference study for the research papers published in prestigious medical journal “The Lancet”, the paper said, Einstein’s parietal lobe area (this area is mainly in charge of the math and language part of the brain) is more advanced than the average, about 15% wider than the average. This iPad application is priced at $9.99.

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  One Response to “The iPad apps can observe Einstein’s brain slices Figure”

  1. Oh good. I get to look at my brain.

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