Combining data from cortical architecture, function, connectivity, and topography. The authors found 97 previously unidentified brain areas. It’s jaw-dropping how this sort of discovery happens each year: it’s like aliens peering at the Earth with improving technology and discovering the borders of 97 countries they’d missed before. Video below; paper here:

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