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Neuroscientist Mark Bear | Meeting the Minds

Studying, and managing, brainpower

'I don't like taking on responsibility unless I can do a good job,' says Mark Bear (above). "I don't like taking on responsibility unless I can do a good job," says Mark Bear (above). (DOMINIC CHAVEZ/GLOBE STAFF)
By Andrew Rimas
Globe Correspondent / February 12, 2007

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It was the day President John F. Kennedy was shot that Mark Bear took an interest in the human brain. (Full article: 738 words)

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