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.
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.
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.