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2022-04-20| R&D

The Brain Size Changes with Age: A First Worldwide Brain Study

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Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania, collaborate with research teams around the world to collect 123,894 MRI scans of the brains of 101,457 people. The collections include fetuses aged 16 weeks after conception to adults aged 100 years, constituting the world's first and largest study of brain images. The study, published in Nature, shows how the human brain expands rapidly in the early stages of life and then slowly shrinks with age. 

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