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More than 100 years ago, Golgi staining on nerve cells opened the gates to modern neuroscience. Scientists recently developed the Technicolor version of Golgi staining, Brainbow, allowing more detailed reconstructions of brain circuits. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Somewhere Over The Brainbow: The Journey To Map the Human Brain

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Alcatraz, the infamous prison, still captures the imagination 50 years after it closed. Those who did time there, however, don't have to wonder. Leigh Wiener/Courtesy Devik Wiener hide caption

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Living Memories From The Last Days Of Alcatraz

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Director Cristian Mungiu on the set of his new film, Beyond the Hills. As in his earlier 4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days, the filmmaker focuses on two young women adrift in the post-Soviet wilderness of Romania. Sundance Selects hide caption

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Cristian Mungiu: Metaphor Or Not, 'Hills' Has Eyes For Romania's Past

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