NSN Short | A Memorable Snail
In this short video, UCLA's David Glanzman shows what a spineless sea snail can teach us about our brains.
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(brain outline) © istockphoto.com/Julie Felton; (head and gears) © istockphoto.com/John Woodcock; (velvet rope) © istockphoto.com/Atomic Cupcake; (Aplysia) © Timothy Kang, Mount Sinai School of Medicine; (David Glanzman) © UCLA Newsroom; (Aplysia neurons) © Eric Kandel, Columbia University; (neuron video) © istockphoto.com/WaterFly; (human brain) © istockphoto.com/Max Delson.
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