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This week on SciShow news, strap in for a trip through the frontier of the human brain. The human connectome is a years long venture to explore and map the pathways of the human brain, and this past week scientists released two terabytes of awesome quality pictures in an enormous data dump which is now freely available to be used in all manner of neurology research.
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