Xenophora, a marine snail commonly known as the "carrier shell", attach shells, rocks, and other debris from its environment.

Xenophora, a marine snail commonly known as the "carrier shell", attach shells, rocks, and other debris from its environment.

The Human Connectome Project: MRI scans of 1,200 people, including 300 pairs of twins, will be used to compile an atlas of communication routes throughout the brain. The resulting blueprint will also reveal how brain connectivity varies from person to person.

The Human Connectome Project: MRI scans of 1,200 people, including 300 pairs of twins, will be used to compile an atlas of communication routes throughout the brain. The resulting blueprint will also reveal how brain connectivity varies from person to person.

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