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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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nestorml:

Anatomy lesson, lego version.

nestorml:

Anatomy lesson, lego version.

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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.

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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wyloga:

Anatomy, 60x60 cm, acrylic & glitter on canvas

wyloga:

Anatomy, 60x60 cm, acrylic & glitter on canvas

(via urioon)

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fastcompany:

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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(via medicalschool)

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scienceyoucanlove:

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

scienceyoucanlove:

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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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. 

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. 

(via edwardlangdon)

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