Ági Bodor, a PhD student of László Acsády for more than ten years ago, after finishing her PhD work, went to Washington, the north-western state of the USA, and in 2013 she joined the Allen Institute. Here, one of the major research projects is to map the brain as precise and detailed way as it is possible.
The MICrONS Explorer website serves as a data portal. Large-scale electron microscopy-based reconstructions of mouse visual cortex are also available here, along with appropriate functional imaging data from associated neurons. Ági has drawn our attention to this new dataset.
The Machine Intelligence from Cortical Networks (MICrONS), this ambitious program was to applied to map the function and connectivity of cortical circuits, using high throughput imaging technologies.