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It’s these glowing red motor neurons that make eye movement possible
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The brain made up of around 86 billion neurons, with trillions of connections between them. How does this come to be?
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Taking a closer look at a zebrafish’s entire visual system.
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Having a conversation requires give and take.
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Disruptions in the way the brain communicates may underpin common disorders like schizophrenia and autism.
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Accessing the color spectrum.
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The cerebellum helps coordinate your most intricate movements.
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Brain cancer isn’t a single disease.  Cancers arise in many different brain cells and tissues.
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This mini-model lets us watch the birth of new brain cells.
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When you can’t see, sometimes you need a bit of electricity.
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Our feathered friends can discriminate between different colors much better than we can. Why?
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Your brain’s bouncers help keep harmful material out.
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