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The central and peripheral nervous system of a plastinated cadaver. ohnotomato

A map of the human nervous system. The central and peripheral nervous system of a plastinated cadaver are part of the "Body Worlds and The Story of The Heart" exhibit. (Cyrus McCrimmon, The Denver Post )

Neuron tree possibility - I like the electricity.                                                                                                                                                                                 More

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Interesting insight into color.

Ever wonder how we see color? Take a look at this info graphic which explains how our eyes and brain see color and the various conditions of color blindness.

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A microscopic photograph of a neuron. Filamentous actin and microtubules (structural proteins) in mouse fibroblasts (cells) Fluorescence. / Torsten Wittmann, The Scripps Research Institute. Courtesy of Nikon Small World.

Human embryo in the eye of a needle. In case I needed a reminder of the miracle I carried within my body.

Embryo in the eye of a needle.shows how small that embryo really is! (Photo by Endless Forms Most Beautiful)

Self Reflected is an unprecedented look inside the brain.

Spectacular Visualizations of Brain Scans Enhanced with 1,750 Pieces of Gold Leaf

Red Blood Cells under a microscope. No wonder Cheerios are good for you. ha!

Red Blood Cells under a microscope. No wonder Cheerios are good for you.<<<I always thought that red blood cells in my science book looked like those noodles in sauce with the meatballs XD

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