Nervous System

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"Normally, when we make a mistake, three things happen. First, we get a "mistake feeling," that nagging sense that something is wrong. Second, we become anxious, and that anxiety drives us to correct the mistake. Third, when we have corrected the mistake, an automatic gearshift in our brain allows us to move on to the next thought or activity. Then both the "mistake feeling" and the anxiety disappear." [THE BRAIN THAT CHANGES ITSELF by Norman Doidge, M. D.]

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Nerve Synapse Artwork Photograph - Nerve Synapse by Alfred Pasieka. - - Nerve Synapse Artwork Photograph – Nerve Synapse by Alfred Pasieka… healthiest Nervensynapse Artwork Photograph – Nervensynapse von Alfred Pasieka / science Photo Library Science Fair Projects, Science Experiments Kids, Science Art, Brain Science, Science Space, Science Memes, Science Worksheets, Preschool Science, Elementary Science

Nerve Synapse by Alfred Pasieka/science Photo Library

Nerve Synapse Photograph by Alfred Pasieka/science Photo Library

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M aybe make some sort of neuron mobile/sculpture with those fuzzy wires Abstract Drawings, Abstract Art, Brain Art, Brain Drawing, Brain Neurons, Brain Tattoo, Mobile Sculpture, Biology Art, Louise Bourgeois

El cerebro, la gran cepa azul

"El cerebro, la gran cepa azul" Museo Elder de la Ciencia y la Tecnología. Lugar: Sala de exposiciones temporales Viera y clavijo, planta baja Fecha: A partir del 19 de noviembre de 2010. El cerebro, la gran cepa azul" Un proyecto en el que la Ciencia y el Arte establecen un diálogo entre dibujos neuronales realizados por científicos coetáneos de Ramón y Cajal y obras del artista Cristobal Guerra. La trayectoria artística y vital de Cristóbal Guerra, desde los lejanos días en que emprendiera…

Magnetic Resonance Angiogram of the Brain Magnetic resonance angiography (MRA) is a group of techniques based on magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to image blood vessels. Magnetic resonance angiography is used to generate images of the arteries in.

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Magnetic Resonance Angiogram of the Brain Magnetic resonance angiography (MRA) is a group of techniques based on magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to image blood vessels. Magnetic resonance angiography...

Human brain and nervous system. It's like the most beautiful tree. Human brain and nervous system. It's like the most beautiful tree.

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mudwerks: “ ratak-monodosico: “ The human central and peripheral nervous systems. ” scarecrow… ”

CORTEX IN METALLIC PASTELS An illustration depicting the cerebral cortex takes inspiration from Asian art. If only our brains were actually . Brain Art, Brain Science, Science Art, Science And Nature, Greg Dunn, Systems Art, Natural Structures, Photo Journal, Linocut Prints

10 Of The Year’s Best Science Visualizations

Every year, the National Science Foundation and the journal Science honor the most creative works of scientific imagery. Here are some of the standouts.

Camillo Golgi, Olfactory Bulb, Drawing of a dog’s olfactory bulb one of the many astonishing architectures revealed by a staining method that bears Golgi's name. Its application to the study of nervous tissue marks the beginning of modern neuroscience. Illustration Inspiration, Illustration Art, Medical Illustration, Brain Art, Design Graphique, Create Image, Science Art, Life Science, Illustrations

Cell and nerve structure illustrations by Santiago Ramón y Cajal. His original pioneering investigations of the microscopic structure of the brain have led him to be designated by many as the father of modern neuroscience. His medical artistry was legendary, and hundreds of his drawings illustrating the delicate arborizations of brain cells are still in use for educational and training purposes.