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The secret life of your brain is revealed in new exhibition at the Museum of Natural History

The brain is a marvel of evolution – and a new exhibition at the Oxford University Museum of Natural History, Brain Diaries, unlocks the mysteries of the brain’s development at each stage of life, from before birth until old age.

Developed in partnership with Oxford Neuroscience, Brain Diaries charts the fascinating changes that take place in the brain with each new chapter of life. It shows how your brain’s billions of neurons and trillions of connections make you the person you are.

Read more (O.U.M.N.H. website) 

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