Researchers around the world are engaged in a massively difficult project to map the entire human brain. And, recently, they have reported a few promising advances.
On April 3, the journal Nature released two major papers on brain mapping. The first described a chart of the connections between brain cells in a mouse — the most detailed mapping yet of any mammal. The other looked at which genes were active in the brains of human fetuses.
Confused about what that might mean? Then let’s back up a second here. Below is a very basic primer on why scientists are mapping the human brain and how they go about doing that.
Why are scientists trying to map every single neuron in the brain? - Vox
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