Nerve fibres snake through the brain of a young adult. The differently coloured fibres connect distant brain regions: the red tracts allow the left and right hemispheres to communicate; the blue ones link spinal cord and brain. The picture was constructed
Credit: Alfred Anwander, Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences
Nature editors present their pick of the winning scientific images in the awards run by the Wellcome Trust. The London biomedical charity will announce the overall winner on 15 March.
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