Science News: Our Weekly Picks from Around the Web

So You Think About Dance?
“Spectators experience some of the same brain impulses as the dancers they’re watching.”
the-scientist.com (03/30/2012)

A Beautiful Mind
“The human brain is an organized, 3D grid composed of elegant, ribbon-like fibers.”
the-scientist.com (03/29/2012)

Brain Matures with Puberty in Teens
“In a study of 67 teenagers, researchers have discovered that the timing of the brain’s maturing is closely related to puberty in teenagers.”
psychcentral.com (03/31/2012)

Bilingualism helps keep Alzheimer’s at bay, researchers say
“Bilingualism helps protect the aging brain and may even postpone signs of dementia, a new review of recent studies indicates.”
vancouversun.com (03/30/2012)

Albert Einstein brain samples go on display
“Wellcome Collection exhibition also features brains of suffragette, 19th-century killer and ancient Egyptian”
guardian.co.uk (03/27/2012)

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