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You might know of dyslexia as a reading disorder, but years of research suggests that people with dyslexia might struggle with processing letters because they also have trouble processing rhythm.
Living brains are particularly tough to study, but sometimes scientists can use techniques from other disciplines to get a clearer picture.
The Brodie helmet, widely used during the first World War, had some serious design flaws. But thanks to those flaws we now have a staggeringly accurate map of the brain.