MED's Bobby Kasthuri thinks a map of the human brain—the so-called connectome—could help explain how our brains develop from childhood and give deep insights into memory and consciousness. But there’s a problem: the map of one mouse brain would consume about two billion gigabytes of storage.
A five-part series about BU archaeology research around the world.
Destroyed in the Battle of Bunker Hill, but still talking to archaeologists
Was a Bronze Age city in Turkey abandoned because of climate change or fire?
Forensic anthropologist Emily Peschel says tooth enamel answers the question