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An exhibition entitled ‘Revealing the Brain’ is now on display at the Museum of the History of Science in Oxford. The exhibition has been put together by Oxford Neuroscience, the Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics and the Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences.

Professor Zoltán Molnár from the Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics, said: 'The exhibition gives a flavour of Oxford neuroscience since the time of Thomas Willis in the 17th century  and Nobel Prize winner Sir Charles Sherrington in the 20th century, right through to the latest discoveries made today by leading groups at University of Oxford.'

Displayed in the Museum’s Entrance Gallery until 2nd June 2012 are brain-related artefacts, including brain models and special knives for cutting sections of the brain, and videos exploring brain imaging and neurosurgery.