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Human brains vary widely — and measuring their variations can be challenging. But in recent years, researchers have developed a range of technologies that are enabling them to map variations at the level of brain cells and molecules. In this BroadWay talk, Evan Macosko and Steve McCarroll explore the potential of how this “atlas” can help us understand how the brain works and what makes it vulnerable to disease. Watch the full talk below or on youtube. The BroadWay seminar series showcases Broad research and is designed to be accessible to all audiences.