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Exascale Computing to Unlock the Mysteries of the Human Brain

Article   Apr 25, 2019 | by Rob Johnson

 
Exascale Computing to Unlock the Mysteries of the Human Brain

Neurons rendered from the analysis of electron microscopy data. The inset shows a slice of data with colored regions indicating identified cells. Tracing these regions through multiple slices extracts the sub-volumes corresponding to anatomical structures of interest. Credit: Nicola Ferrier, Narayanan (Bobby) Kasthuri, and Rafael Vescovi, Argonne National Laboratory

 
 
 

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