“Like air traffic, information flows through major neuron ‘hubs’ in the brain, IU scientists find”


Non-gray circles and their connections represent 80, 70 and 60 percent (from top to bottom) of all outgoing traffic within the sampled section of a cortical region. | Photo by Indiana University

This article published by Indiana University Bloomington describes a new study one of its researchers has published in the journal Neuroscience, drawing a close analogy between airline routes and the neuronal network in our brain.