Igor the penguin

Lukas Schaeffner
Department of Psychology, University of Cambridge
It was a late night at the lab and the best time to do brain extractions. Using Brainsight (Rogue Research) and a seemingly normal brain, we got this result. We have yet to understand why Igor the penguin chose this moment to establish contact with us. His left hand seems hurt and his surprised eyes share our bewilderment. He seems baffled by the interior of the human head but is eager to learn more (hence reaching out). As suddenly as he appeared, he was gone... Since then, the tales of Igor the penguin have inspired young neuroscientists to explore the fascinating world of MRI preprocessing.
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