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Your Brain, Now in Technicolor

January 18, 2011

Your Brain, Now in Technicolor
Carl Schoonover’s book Portraits of the Mind provides a stunning visual history of neuroscience through the ages, from the earliest, abstract concepts of the mind to modern-day, full-color imagery. He spoke at the Academy on December 15, 2010. We caught up with him for a brief interview, but you can download the full lecture and slides .