By MIKA ROSS-SOUTHALL
Drilling into a human skull and operating on a brain requires, I hope, a lot of training. But how do neurosurgeons practise, or even experiment? I ducked into a fascinating exhibition at the Hunterian Museum on Lincoln’s Inn Fields recently which shows how 3-D models of human anatomy are meticulously made for this very purpose. For trainee surgeons hands-on interaction, as well as theory, is crucial.