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Image shows the long, branched structures (axons) of nerve cells. Running horizontally across the middle of the photo is an axon wrapped in rings made of actin protein (green), which plays important roles in nerve cells. The image was captured with a powerful microscopy technique that allows scientists to see single molecules in living cells in real time. The technique is called stochastic optical reconstruction microscopy (STORM). It is based on technology so revolutionary that its developers earned the 2014 Nobel Prize in Chemistry.