Bror Rexed

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Bror Rexed
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Born (1914-06-19)June 19, 1914
Died August 21, 2002(2002-08-21) (aged 88)

Bror Rexed (June 19, 1914 – August 21, 2002) was a Swedish neuroscientist and professor at Uppsala University. Internationally, he is best known today for his development of the system now known as Rexed laminae, but in Sweden, he is also known for his involvement in the "du-reformen" of the Swedish language.

In 1980, he was the winner of the Léon Bernard Foundation Prize.

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