Almost-not-fake brain tissue helps understand this most mysterious organ

By Olivia LaRosa

We know more about space than we know about our own bodies. What happens within our skin is the biggest mystery of all. Everyone is different, and that means that some groups of people are less resistant to that particular disease than others.http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2012/11/what-dna-actually-looks-like/265713/

The mere fact that we can identify these tendencies earlier all the time is a miracle. It enables we injured and disabled people to seek out and share meaningful support during the hard times. In the good times, we can celebrate!

The more we know about the brain the more amazing we find its properties.

During my lifetime scientists have discovered DNA and decoded the human genome. The results of this work stagger the imagination. So many stories to examine against new evidence and critical analysis…where do we start? What are our criteria?

Here’s the fascinating story.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/speaking-of-science/wp/2014/08/11/scientists-have-created-the-most-realistic-fake-brain-tissue-ever/

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