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Discussing the Neurogenesis Debate

Video   Apr 11, 2018 | Neuroscience News and Research

 

Two high-profile papers published 4 weeks apart provide conflicting evidence about the production of new neurons 'neurogenesis' in adult human brains.

We discuss the evidence with PhD Student Hyunah Lee and answer questions from our Live audiences watching on The Science Explorer Facebook page and NNR Facebook page.

This video was recorded Live on Monday April 9, 2018.

 
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