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Neuroscience is the study of the structure and function of the human brain and nervous system. Neuroscientists use cellular and molecular biology, anatomy and physiology, human behavior and cognition, and other disciplines to map the brain at a mechanistic level. 

Humans have an estimated one hundred billion neurons, or brain cells, each with about a thousand connections to other cells. One of the great challenges of modern neuroscience is to map all the networks of cell-to-cell communication-the brain circuits that process all thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. The resulting picture, emerging piece by piece, is known as the "connectome. The brain's ability to create new connections and neural circuits-neuroplasticity-underlies all learning. 

Biology and psychology come together in the field of neuroscience to address questions such as the brain's role in pain perception or the cause of Parkinson's disease. Computer simulations, imaging, and other tools are giving researchers and medical experts new insights into the physical anatomy of the brain, its three million miles of wiring, and its relationship to the rest of the mind and body.

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