The nooks and crannies of the human brain are now on display in 3-D, offering scientists an invaluable tool in the quest to better understand brain form and function.
The project is called BigBrain. In three dimensions and intricate detail, it reveals the anatomy of the brain as never seen before.
“These are images of a 3-D reconstructed human brain with a spatial resolution of 0.02 millimeters. So this is even thinner than a thin human hair, and it allows [us] to …
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