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Remembering the pioneering 'brainy' woman who fled Nazi Germany and founded palaeoneurology

By Alice Clement, Research Associate in the College of Science and Engineering, Flinders University
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Tilly Edinger was the first person to apply a deep-time perspective into different species' brain evolution. She did this by focusing on the hollow space within a dead animal's skull.

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