Henry Molaison's Brain Dissected, Streamed Live

By Deena Bustillo on
Henry Molaison died at 82, and was one of brain science's most famous patients for 50 years, as scientists struggled to figure out why he could not remember things for longer than 30 seconds. After a year of preparation following his death last year, researchers finally began dissecting his brain yesterday -- and streamed it live on the web. Scientists were only halfway through the brain as of this afternoon, and say the "marathon through the brain" was going "miraculously well." A camera...Read Full Story