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It is almost universally agreed that every person on Earth has a unique brain, that the brain is the most complex organ in the human body, and that the discoveries of neuroscientists seem to be almost never- ending.
We are constantly testing the brain’s limits, functions and abilities : from the streams of consciousness, to what occurs during sleep, and what results from trauma and stress. As our knowledge expands and further adds to neuroscience research, further applications continue to evolve.
Every brain, just like every fingerprint or tongue print, is special - and we each possess a gigantic network of information that we often struggle to access and use to our advantage.
Do we really understand what is going on in our brain when we are attracted to someone or something, when we taste a favourite or a new food, when we read a textbook or a work of fiction, when we view or touch a work of art, or when we react to bullying or stress? It is trying to understand what makes us human that generates these, and other, fascinating thoughts and questions.
The BUILDING BETTER BRAINS resources have been designed to better support learners of all ages and interests wherever they may be.