Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor, a leader in the world of neuroscience, says teenagers are susceptible to over-stimulation because of their developing brains.
The sculptures from the Brain Extravaganza are being taken down Friday and sold.
The exhibit will be taken down October 19, and individual brains will go on sale for $5,000 to fund future brain education projects.
Twenty-two brain sculptures around Bloomington aim to teach people about the human brain.
A number of the 22 brains around Bloomington have been damaged, but Jill Bolte Taylor considers the vandalism just part of the project.
Jill Bolte Taylor says the twenty-two brains placed around Bloomington will teach people more about how their own brains work.
Jill Bolte Taylor has helped construct twenty-two brains to be placed around Bloomington.
Groups that sponsored a brain will receive their prototype in November and then turn it over to an artist who will design it.
Jill Bolte Taylor is hard at work this week, making a massive prototype for her “Brain Extravaganza” project.
Scientist Jill Bolte-Taylor is behind a project to put huge fiberglass brains around Bloomington and IU's campus.