Brain tissue

Explore the amazing world of brain tissue and uncover fascinating facts and discoveries. Learn how the brain tissue functions and discover ways to keep it healthy for optimal cognitive function.
The nervous tissue is the source of communication throughout the body. Nervous cells are composed of neurons, specialized cells that allow communication throughout the body. Nervous tissues cannot replication, therefore, you are out of luck if one atrophies. Nervous tissues are found in the brain, spinal cord, and the peripheral nerves. There are neurons and neuroglia. Microscopic Photography Human, Life Science Classroom, Physical Science Activities, Histology Slides, Human Tissue, Microscopic Photography, Peripheral Nerve, Brain Tissue, Brain Art

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The nervous tissue is the source of communication throughout the body. Nervous cells are composed of neurons, specialized cells that allow communication throughout the body. Nervous tissues cannot replication, therefore, you are out of luck if one atrophies. Nervous tissues are found in the brain, spinal cord, and the peripheral nerves. There are neurons and neuroglia.

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Helix Animation - Medical Illustration & Animation

Helix Animation is a full service animation studio exclusively focused on medical and scientific 3D visualizations. We support established healthcare brands, as well as innovative startups and mid-sized companies' marketing and other ef

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Giovanni Hernandez
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Digest #138: What Can (and Can't) Neuroscience Tell Us About Education — The Learning Scientists

… with the increasing excitement surrounding neuroscience research I feel it’s necessary to discuss some of the limitations of the ability of neuroscience to inform and influence educational practice. This digest collects a few different resources that examine this relationship between neuroscience

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Scientists Digitize Psychology's Most Famous Brain

Henry Gustav Molaison is one of the most famous patients in the annals of brain research. In 1953, an experimental surgery meant to relieve his severe epilepsy rendered him unable to form new memories. When he died in 2008, his brain was painstakingly preserved. Now it's available online for scientists (or others who request permission) to explore down to the level of its cellular architecture.

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Shamona Stokes