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Tumblr Tuesday: Science Side of Tumblr
Medical StateBlogging is not just for regular Joes. It’s also for Dr. Joes. And Dr. Toms. This guy’s name is Tom.  
RI-ScienceInsights and info from the Royal Institute of Great Britain. The “Queen’s Science,” if you will. That’s great, Queen, but where is the science behind corgis?
KQED ScienceWatch a video on why humans like to play, and then have an existential crisis on what it means to be human. 
ResearCHLATake a GIF journey though a human lung and hope that it doesn’t make you do that thing where you become so conscious of your own breathing that you forget how to do it.
Arts and Science JournalNever have both hemispheres of your brain been so pleased at once. 
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Tumblr Tuesday: Science Side of Tumblr

Medical State
Blogging is not just for regular Joes. It’s also for Dr. Joes. And Dr. Toms. This guy’s name is Tom.  

RI-Science
Insights and info from the Royal Institute of Great Britain. The “Queen’s Science,” if you will. That’s great, Queen, but where is the science behind corgis?

KQED Science
Watch a video on why humans like to play, and then have an existential crisis on what it means to be human. 

ResearCHLA
Take a GIF journey though a human lung and hope that it doesn’t make you do that thing where you become so conscious of your own breathing that you forget how to do it.

Arts and Science Journal
Never have both hemispheres of your brain been so pleased at once. 

GIF via researchchla

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(From CDC)

pubhealth:

(From CDC)

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frontal-cortex:

Very low power scanning electron microscope image, showing normal bone architecture in the fourth lumbar vertebra of an 41 year year old man (x8). A regular pattern of interconnected plates and thick struts of bone can be seen.

frontal-cortex:

Very low power scanning electron microscope image, showing normal bone architecture in the fourth lumbar vertebra of an 41 year year old man (x8). A regular pattern of interconnected plates and thick struts of bone can be seen.

(Source: brsoc.org.uk, via sciencenote)

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Anatomy lesson, lego version.

nestorml:

Anatomy lesson, lego version.

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Food for thought
Admittedly there’s no known scientific or therapeutic value to the brain image above. It’s not likely to satisfy our hunger for knowledge in, say, the way a tractograph or fMRI might. Instead, it’s just likely to make you hungry – for more.
Feast your eyes on Sara Asnaghi’s similar cerebral takes of the edible brain here.

ucsdhealthsciences:

Food for thought

Admittedly there’s no known scientific or therapeutic value to the brain image above. It’s not likely to satisfy our hunger for knowledge in, say, the way a tractograph or fMRI might. Instead, it’s just likely to make you hungry – for more.

Feast your eyes on Sara Asnaghi’s similar cerebral takes of the edible brain here.

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Anatomy, 60x60 cm, acrylic & glitter on canvas

wyloga:

Anatomy, 60x60 cm, acrylic & glitter on canvas

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This Paralyzed Man Can Now Move His Hand

When Ian Burkhart was 19, he accidentally dove into a sandbar while in the water with friends and quickly realized what had happened: He was paralyzed. Today, Burkhart is still paralyzed—but he can move his hand by controlling it with his mind.

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Posterior blood vessels of uterusFind out more about arteries and veins of the female pelvis: http://bit.ly/female-pelvisVia Caleb Lay, Pinterest user
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Posterior blood vessels of uterus

Find out more about arteries and veins of the female pelvis: http://bit.ly/female-pelvis

Via Caleb Lay, Pinterest user

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Blood Cell Morphology Guide



Blood Cell Morphology Guide. This guide include lectures from CellAtlas, the online cell image database launched in 2000. The lectures provide a basic knowledge of the wide field of morphology. Each section contains a brief summary and additional links provide further explanations or addtional images. 

clinical-lab-scientist:

Blood Cell Morphology Guide

Blood Cell Morphology Guide. This guide include lectures from CellAtlas, the online cell image database launched in 2000. The lectures provide a basic knowledge of the wide field of morphology. Each section contains a brief summary and additional links provide further explanations or addtional images. 

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