But a growing body of evidence suggests that a network of highly interlinked brain regions exists that could prove essential in facilitating higher-order tasks. This collection of highly connected hubs has been dubbed the “rich club” network because it resembles groups of well-connected individuals, such as Ivy League alumni organizations, that help others meet and exchange information.
Ah, brain research. That’s what it’s all about right!? This story from wired tells us about a newly discovered “network” at the core of our brain. It’s called the “Rich Club.” If you have to ask, you can’t afford to join.
See on www.wired.com