Slices of Einstein's BRAIN displayed in Muenster but reveal NO anatomical hint of genius

A new exhibition on the human brain at a museum in Muenster displayed a unique specimen, two slices of the brain of scientist Albert Einstein, on loan from the US, Tuesday. Following Einstein's death in the US in 1955, scientists dissected his brain in an attempt to locate the physical counterpart to intelligence. The brain was cut into numerous thin slices and sent to laboratories around the... Еще world, but after 30 years, nothing was found that provided an anatomical link to the trait of intelligence.

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