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Photograph - Pes Hipocampi Major Santiago Ramon Y Cajal by Science Source

Photograph - Pes Hipocampi Major Santiago Ramon Y Cajal by Science Source

Blooming Sea off the Falkland Islands

Es grünt so grün - und blau: Im Südatlantik lässt mineralischer Dünger derzeit großflächig winzige Meereslebewesen sprießen, die Nahrung dafür kommt mit dem Wind. Aus dem All lässt sich das faszinierende Ergebnis bewundern.

Colored SEM of an oligodendrocyte. This cell forms the myelin sheaths around nerve fibers in the CNS (brain and spinal cord).

Colored SEM of an oligodendrocyte. This cell forms the myelin sheaths around nerve fibers in the CNS (brain and spinal cord).

Martin Oeggerli  Fibrin is a protein created by the body that works with platelets in the blood to clot a wound. As they reach the wound site, they attach themselves to fibers, and create a mesh. Working with the platelets, they make a scab that covers the wound until it heals. Though, with the naked eye you would never guess that the process looks like this.

Martin Oeggerli Fibrin is a protein created by the body that works with platelets in the blood to clot a wound. As they reach the wound site, they attach themselves to fibers, and create a mesh. Working with the platelets, they make a scab that covers the wound until it heals. Though, with the naked eye you would never guess that the process looks like this.

neurosciencestuff:  Researchers turn one form of neuron into another in the brain A new finding by Harvard stem cell biologists turns one of the basics of neurobiology on its head – demonstrating that it is possible to turn one type of already differentiated neuron into another within the brain. The discovery by Paola Arlotta and Caroline Rouaux “tells you that maybe the brain is not as immutable as we always thought, because at least during an early window of time one can reprogram the…

neurosciencestuff: Researchers turn one form of neuron into another in the brain A new finding by Harvard stem cell biologists turns one of the basics of neurobiology on its head – demonstrating that it is possible to turn one type of already differentiated neuron into another within the brain. The discovery by Paola Arlotta and Caroline Rouaux “tells you that maybe the brain is not as immutable as we always thought, because at least during an early window of time one can reprogram the…

Purkinje nerve cells(some of the largest neurons) in the cerebellum

Purkinje nerve cells(some of the largest neurons) in the cerebellum