Andy’s Quick Hits (202): Growth and decline of your brain over your life

So, we all know that our brain grows very quickly as babies and children and then after a certain age, younger than some of us may like to think, there begins a slow decline. But precisely what and how is the question.

Well, this is a question that an international collaboration of researchers coordinated by the University of Cambridge set…

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