washingtonpost.com – A group of researchers has tracked the complicated history of a long-forgotten neural pathway, revealing that the brain structure — which is vital to our ability to read — was lost to neurologists for a century because of bickering and confusion. When University of Washington researcher Jason Yeatman was earning his PhD at Stanford a few years back, he spotted a bundle of nerve fibers in the brain that he’d never heard about before.


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