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See inside Einstein’s brain, boost your memory, meet post-injury savants, and more.
Meet the people building tomorrow’s robots, mind-reading machines, and more.
Find out if you’re part Neanderthal, what language may owe to tool-making, and more.
Greet the future: social robots, a "smart" electric grid & microbes that make diesel fuel.
Neuroscientist Jacopo Annese prepares H.M.’s brain for further study.
Chefs are turning to the chemical cabinet to create new dishes.
Scientists are using neuroimaging and genetic testing to uncover biological aggression.
Recently released brain images could provide new clues as to what made Einstein so smart.
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See inside Einstein’s brain, learn how to boost your memory, meet people who became savant
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For more than 30 years, WETA has proudly partnered with Ken Burns to bring landmark documentaries to the nation.