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  • Human brain’s network structure is almost ideal: study

    International Business Times - 07/08/2015

    The network structure of the human brain is almost perfectly organized for transmitting and processing information, scientists have found.

    A team of researchers led by Northeastern University physicist Dmitri Krioukov found that the network structure of the human brain is almost perfectly designed. The finding has implications for evolutionary theory and could help identify and cure neurological diseases. Their findings were published in the July 3 issue of the journal Nature Communications.

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