So why are researchers looking at slides instead of a 3D image? There isn’t one. MRIs and related imaging methods weren’t available at the time. This presents a problem for researchers when trying to figure out the precise location of Einstein’s brain that slides came from: without a 3D map, the slides can’t be pinpointed exactly. On the upside, the general areas of the brain that each slide was pulled from is known. If you’d like to check out the app for yourself, it’ll set you back $9.99.
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