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Brain Surgery: It Really Is Brain Surgery

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Photo of 2 people and a 3-D tessellated image of a brain projected on a large monitor.

A 3-D tessellated image of a brain is projected on a large monitor in the lab of Nikos Chrisochoides at the College of William and Mary.

Credit: Joseph McClain, College of William and Mary


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Photo of 2 researchers wearing 3-D glasses.

Nikos Chrisochoides (pointing) and graduate student Andriy Federov use 3-D glasses to examine projected images of the brain in the Computer Science Department of the College of William and Mary.

Credit: Joseph McClain, College of William and Mary


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