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What you get is not just what you see
Where does human vision start: in the brain or in the retina? Neuroscientists aren’t so sure. And increasingly, what they’re learning about visual perception raises much larger questions, including what it means to be human.
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Meet our scientists: Alipasha Vaziri
Vaziri develops and applies new optical techniques to understand brain function.
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