"Never lose a holy curiosity." - Albert Einstein
After Albert Einstein died, his brain was dissected and studied by scientists determined to discover the roots of the renowned physicist’s immense intelligence. They failed, and pieces of Einstein’s brain were shipped all over the world: some to academic institutions, some to private collections, some to places dark and unknown.
The result of an international commission, The Gray Matter Sodality was formed to track down, acquire, and re-assemble every piece of Einstein’s brain.