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Neuroscience uses optical imaging to map the brain (access required)

For all of the advancements made in the world of neuroscience, the medical community's knowledge of the brain is still far from complete. The organ is extremely complex. One hundred billion neurons, each firing signals and receiving information, make up the brain. Suffice to say, we are still far from fully understanding how the network of ...

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