Scientists created  the Wiring  Map  of  Neurons  in the fruit fly larva's  Brain

Scientists  Mapped  every single  neurons  and  how they’re  wired  together

To understand basic principles of  signals travelling   through the brain  at the neural level

scientists sliced a larval fly brain into 5,000 sections at micro level 

Researchers  classified 93  distinct types  of neurons, 

the researchers  observed the  connecting structures  were determined  repetitive among the ingoing and outgoing neurons in the part  of the brain

"What we learned about code for fruit flies will have implications for the code for humans," explains  Vogelstein.

"The way  the brain circuit is structured  influences the computations   the brain can do,"  Marta Zlatic  a neuroscientist