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For the first time in history, researchers at MIT have successfully recorded a 3-D movie of an entire neural network moving throughout a living animal! This is a huge step forward in our understanding of how the brain works and will help scientists discover how our neural networks generate our behaviors. In the future, this technology might even be able to cure brain disorders!
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