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Amy Sterling

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Pyr Science Q&A

On Thursday, July 29, 2021, the most detailed examination of mammalian brain circuitry to date was released from Princeton University’s Seung Lab, The …

Eyewire Swag Update!

Tees, mugs, stickers and more! Did you know that Eyewire swag is made possible thanks to a gift to lab from one …

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Explore Cortical Neurons

We are excited to share the MICrONS Explorer, a visualization tool featuring 364 excitatory cortical neurons. These cells come from Layer 2/3 …

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The Dig is Done!

Congratulations, Eyewirers! The 16th and final sector of The Dig was finished on Friday, April 10 at 4 pm US ET. The …

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Eyewire’s Stay At Home Games

It’s probably week 4 of social distancing and remote work for Eyewire HQ but we’re not really sure anymore. Observing the recommended …

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Announcing Nosewire

Snuff aside the retinal neurons; it’s time for a fresh scent. You’ve heard for a while that we are launching a new …

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Try Eyewire in Your Remote Classroom

Trying times have forced many schools to transition to remote teaching on short notice. While we are grateful that government institutions are …