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Sections of Albert Einstein's brain will be displayed in Britain on Thursday at an exhibition in London, along with other historical figures. Two sections of the brain will be going on display at the Wellcome Collection show "Brains: The Mind As Matter." The slides from Einstein's brain are on loan from the Mutter Museum in Philadelphia, where they were shown publicly for the first time in the U.S. in 2011. When Einstein died at the age of 76 in 1955 his body was cremated and ashes...
Pathologist Thomas Harvey has helped transform our understanding of how the brain works after his search to unlock the secrets of Albert Einstein's genius. Einstein died April 18, 1955 at Princeton Hospital in Princeton, N.J. Michael Paterniti, a writer who did a lot of research on the events of that day, says that within hours of his death, the quiet town was swarming with reporters and scientific luminaries, as well as people who just wanted to be near the great man one last time....
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