Eric Nemoz-Gaillard

Eric Nemoz-Gaillard

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These Science Photos Are So Beautiful They're Basically Art

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MMMMM!!!! Neuroscience Meets Visual Art. Retinal nerves on canvas....it doesn't get better than this!!!

Neuroscience Meets Visual Art His work may look like it’s made from Lucite, gold leaf, or even silk, but grad student Greg Dunn actually makes screen prints of his favorite subject: neurons.

"In space the stars are not nearer, just glitters like a morgue." ~Most of the starlight we see, comes from stars and galaxies which have already died. "The whole sky could be black, and we would not even begin to realize it for another four years." ~ A nuclear physicist

Felix Baumgartner at the edge of space, miles high jumped from a helium balloon to perform a legendary skydive (he also set the altitude record for highest manned balloon flight, parachute jump from the highest altitude, and greatest free fall velocity)

A map of the human brain showing the connecting nerve cells in our minds by Van Wedeen

Brain art- Harvard scientists map the inside of the human brain as magnetic resonance scanner builds first interior maps of brain

Side view of a model of the brain with the connector hubs shown in red. (Credit: courtesy of Maxwell Bertolero)

Swinging a bat at a fastball requires keen visual, cognitive and motor skills. But how do diverse brain networks coordinate well enough to hit the ball?

Learning How Little We Know About the Brain - NYTimes.com

The body of knowledge about how the brain works is growing, but so is the list of gaps in our understanding. Larry Abbott, a former theoretical physicist, is looking for models to fill them in.

Purkinje neurons play an essential role in motor function. Here the Purkinje neurons reach their arbor-like dendrites into the molecular layer of the developing cerebellum of a mouse. The mostly green cells at the bottom left are cerebellar granule cells, which relay information from the nervous system to the Purkinje neurons.

medicalschool: “ Purkinje neurons play an essential role in motor function. Here the Purkinje neurons reach their arbor-like dendrites into the molecular layer of the developing cerebellum of a mouse. The mostly green cells at the bottom left are.