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Human brains and fruit fly brains are built similarly – visualizing how helps researchers better understand how both work

By Kristin Scaplen, Assistant Professor of Neuroscience, Bryant University
Studying the human brain is difficult because of its vast and intricate network of neural connections. The fruit fly offers a simpler but similar model that researchers can more easily map.The Conversation

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