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Macrophages - Darren Brown http://www.jounderhill.com/artist-in-residence.html#

Macrophages - Darren Brown http://www.jounderhill.com/artist-in-residence.html#

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Harvard scientists map most complicated terrain in the universe - the inside of the human brain

Harvard scientists map most complicated terrain in the universe - the inside of the human brain

Neuroscience grad, Greg Dunn: blowing ink across pieces of paper. The neuron-like pattern it formed was instantly recognizable to him as a neuroscientist. “Ink spreads because it wants to go in the direction of less resistance, and that’s probably also the case of when branches grow or neurons grow,” he says. “The reason the technique works really well is because it’s directly related to how neurons are actually behaving.”

Neuroscience grad, Greg Dunn: blowing ink across pieces of paper. The neuron-like pattern it formed was instantly recognizable to him as a neuroscientist. “Ink spreads because it wants to go in the direction of less resistance, and that’s probably also the case of when branches grow or neurons grow,” he says. “The reason the technique works really well is because it’s directly related to how neurons are actually behaving.”

Manipulated image of macrophage eating silicone balls http://www.jounderhill.com/artist-in-residence.html#

Manipulated image of macrophage eating silicone balls http://www.jounderhill.com/artist-in-residence.html#

An electron microscope catches the immune system blooming into action. A white blood cell (red) wraps itself around a mycobacterium tuberculosis, the causative agent of most cases of tuberculosis. Phagocyte, as a white blood cell is known as, comes from the Greek word phagein (to eat), and that's what the cell does, rendering the infectious cell benign.

An electron microscope catches the immune system blooming into action. A white blood cell (red) wraps itself around a mycobacterium tuberculosis, the causative agent of most cases of tuberculosis. Phagocyte, as a white blood cell is known as, comes from the Greek word phagein (to eat), and that's what the cell does, rendering the infectious cell benign.

Microscopic view of bacteria

Microscopic view of bacteria

Immune cell montage by Darren Brown http://www.jounderhill.com/artist-in-residence.html#

Immune cell montage by Darren Brown http://www.jounderhill.com/artist-in-residence.html#

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