Smartphones are changing our brains. That’s according to a study in the journal Current Biology.
The trait is more pronounced in musicians such as violinists, but smartphone users are more developed in the region of their brains that is associated with touch, or movement of a thumb across a touchscreen.
What’s seven feet tall, covered with feathers, and is moving, piece by piece, into the Burpee Museum of Natural History in Rockford? It’s “Pearl,” an extremely rare dinosaur that could fill in some blanks for researchers.