164 years later, researchers map Phineas Gage's pierced brain

In 1845, an iron rod pierced railroad construction foreman Phineas Gage's brain, changing neuroscience forever. Now, more than 150 years later, neuroscientists have created a diagram of Gage's brain, figuring out just which connections were changed by his accident. » 5/20/12 10:00am 5/20/12 10:00am