• Princeton Neuroscience Institute´s Faculty. {Credit: Boutros AbiChedid.}

  • Peretsman-Scully Hall (left), home of the Psychology Department, and the Princeton Neuroscience Institute (right). {Credit: Original Photo by Michael Moran.}

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  • {Credit: Original Photo by Michael Moran.}

  • Students at the Princeton Neuroscience Institute. {Credit: Original Photo by Michael Moran.}

  • {Credit: Lisa Boulanger.}

  • {Credit: Original Photo by Michael Moran.}

  • {Credit: Leigh Nystrom}

  • {Credit: Original Photo by Michael Moran.}

  • {Credit: Gary Kane.}

  • 17 Neurons. Branches of several neurons of starburst and ganglion types found in the inner plexiform layer of the retina. Each cell is colored differently. Here you see only 17 neurons in what we call a sparse reconstruction. If all of the cells in this space were included, it would be called a dense reconstruction and the volume would be 100% full i.e. no empty space. {Credit: Alex Norton, EyeWire}

  • {Credit: Original images by Alex Wild.}

  • Bipolar and Starburst - Top View. Starburst neuron branches (red) and three bipolar cells (blue and green); there are many more bipolar cells connecting to this starburst. {Credit: Alex Norton, EyeWire.}