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Posted on 2nd Sep at 1:17 PM, with 89 notes
medicalschool:

Here a mouse retina is seen en face with these “J” retinal ganglion cells marked by the expression of one fluorescent protein. The millions of other entangled neurons are not marked and thus are invisible in this image. Image obtained with a confocal scanning microscope and pseudocolored.
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medicalschool:

Here a mouse retina is seen en face with these “J” retinal ganglion cells marked by the expression of one fluorescent protein. The millions of other entangled neurons are not marked and thus are invisible in this image. Image obtained with a confocal scanning microscope and pseudocolored.

Posted on 2nd Sep at 12:51 PM, with 1,924 notes

asapscience:

aurusallos:

sagansense:

explainers-nysci:

Thomas explains what he loves about science, the puzzle which is never truly solved. It’s not about finding the solution, but about the journey you take.

Watch Thomas’s video here: http://youtu.be/IL5VRLISTs8

And follow him on tumblr! scienceing

This guy. This is why we SCIENCE, Tumblr. This is why. All the love and support, Thomas, congrats on this wonderful piece!

THOMAS HIIIII

"If we get one kid interested in how lights work, we can get one more person doing optical physics." - Thomas Nguyen 

Wonderful! 

Posted on 2nd Sep at 12:39 PM, with 2,557 notes

noahberkley:

june2734:

Chrono Trigger Original Artwork By Akira Toriyama

Chrono Trigger had those moments

Posted on 2nd Sep at 12:31 PM, with 1,883 notes

stevencrewniverse:

From composers Aivi and Surasshu- Sugilite’s Theme!

Music: Aivi & Surasshu

Artwork: Paul Villeco

Posted on 2nd Sep at 12:30 PM, with 5,322 notes
me: hey i like this thing it's pretty cool
tumblr: here's a list of 247 reasons with 2 paragraphs each on why that thing is awful and you need to stop enjoying yourself
Posted on 2nd Sep at 12:06 PM, with 75 notes
doctorswithoutborders:

Though the global death rate from tuberculosis (TB) dropped more than 40 percent in in the years between 1990 and 2011, there are still crucial gaps in coverage and severe shortcomings when it comes to diagnostics and care options. Furthermore, we are currently seeing an alarming rise in cases of drug-resistant and multidrug-resistant tuberculosis (DR-TB and MDR-TB) that do not respond to the customary first-line drugs. Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) has been fighting TB for over 30 years and provides treatment for the disease in many different contexts, from chronic conflict situations, such as Sudan, to vulnerable patients in stable settings such as Uzbekistan and the Russian Federation. Go to doctorswithoutborders.org to learn more.

doctorswithoutborders:

Though the global death rate from tuberculosis (TB) dropped more than 40 percent in in the years between 1990 and 2011, there are still crucial gaps in coverage and severe shortcomings when it comes to diagnostics and care options. Furthermore, we are currently seeing an alarming rise in cases of drug-resistant and multidrug-resistant tuberculosis (DR-TB and MDR-TB) that do not respond to the customary first-line drugs. Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) has been fighting TB for over 30 years and provides treatment for the disease in many different contexts, from chronic conflict situations, such as Sudan, to vulnerable patients in stable settings such as Uzbekistan and the Russian Federation. Go to doctorswithoutborders.org to learn more.

Posted on 2nd Sep at 12:06 PM, with 520 notes
littlemicrobiologyblog:

ratherhumeruscomics:

Rather Humerus:  You go Glen Cocci! 

Ehehe!

chocobananerz now, i dont even need to see the movie
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littlemicrobiologyblog:

ratherhumeruscomics:

Rather Humerus:  You go Glen Cocci! 

Ehehe!

chocobananerz now, i dont even need to see the movie

Posted on 2nd Sep at 11:23 AM, with 1,438 notes

neurosciencestuff:

Chinese Doctors Use 3D-Printing in Pioneering Surgery to Replace Half of Man’s Skull

Surgeons at Xijing Hospital in Xi’an, Shaanxi province in Northwest China are using 3D-printing in a pioneering surgery to help rebuild the skull of a man who suffered brain damage in a construction accident.

Hu, a 46-year-old farmer, was overseeing construction to expand his home in Zhouzhi county last October when he was hit by a pile of wood and fell down three storeys.

Although he survived the fall, the left side of his skull was severely crushed and the shattered bone fragments needed to be removed, which has led to a depression of one side of his head.

Due to his injuries, Hu cannot see well out of his left eye, experiences double vision (diplopia) and is also unable to speak and write.

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