George Paxinos

George Paxinos

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George Paxinos (Scientia Professor NeuRA & UNSW) has discovered more brain regions than anyone in history and has published 58 books––his first, The Rat Brain in Stereotaxic Coordinates, has been the third most cited scientific book of all time, and his Atlas of the Human Brain has received awards from the Association of American Publishers and the British Medical Association. After a 21-year effort, Paxinos wrote the novel A River Divided: Orwellian in its encapsulation of the quintessential moral and social dilemmas of the 21st century, A River Divided shows Paxinos to also be a master storyteller. Cloned ancient genes skip two thousand years to produce identical twins who are raised apart, unaware of the other’s existence, but destined to clash in an almighty battle for the Amazon.
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