Connectome: How the Brain's Wiring Makes Us Who We Are

Connectome: How the Brain's Wiring Makes Us Who We Are - Sebastian Seung An interesting book looking at the latest developments in brain research.It is kind of a review of previous brain science that has gone before, and looking at the developments in current understanding. Seung's specialism is looking at the connectome, hence the title, which is the whole map of the brain, neuron by neuron, and learning how these interact as a whole.Whilst they are many years away from a full understanding, they are slowly comprehending the way the chemical and electrical communication make the the brain work.Some of it was a bit beyond me, and I don't have a background in biology, but is is written in a clear manner for a complicated science book.

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