Case of 100 Missing University of Texas Brains Solved
After causing a stir across social media circles, the case of the missing 100 brains from a neuroscience lab at the University of Texas was apparently solved. UT officials reported the brains were destroyed in 2002 as part of routine disposal of biological waste. The missing brains were originally from the Texas State Lunatic Asylum and were used by neuroscience students to study everything from Parkinson's disease to depression.
By Jordan Moses
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