The Unlikely Network at the Core of Your Brain’s Internet – Wired Science

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.

Bill Palladino – MLUI‘s insight:

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

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