Researchers used a new microscopy technique to image more than 1,000 neurons involved in motor control in fruit flies. These neurons are innervate muscles and sensory organs in the legs (red, yellow, and green), neck (dark blue), wings (light blue), and halteres (purple). Animation: Jasper Phelps, David Hildebrand, Brett Graham, and colleagues.
A fly-through of the electron microscopy images of the ventral nerve cord generated by GridTape. Video: Jasper Phelps, David Hildebrand, Brett Graham, and colleagues.