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The Unfolded Cerebellum Is Three Feet Long

News   Aug 03, 2020 | Original story from San Diego State University

 
The Unfolded Cerebellum Is Three Feet Long

Neuroscientist Martin Sereno, director of the SDSU MRI Imaging Center, and his collaborators discovered the surface area of the cerebellum is equal to 80% of the cerebral cortex's surface area, enabling further understanding of the landscape of the brain. Credit: San Diego State University MRI Imaging Center

 
 
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