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The largest scale effort is the Human Connectome Project, involving a consortium of institutions here and abroad

The largest scale effort is the Human Connectome Project, involving a consortium of institutions here and abroad

connectome | Human MR

connectome | Human MR

Mapping the Highways of the Brain: Deanna Barch and her colleagues are trying to map connections in the human brain.The Human Connectome Project, which aims to produce an interactive brain map.  http://www.nytimes.com/2014/01/07/science/the-brain-in-exquisite-detail.html?smid=tw-share

Mapping the Highways of the Brain: Deanna Barch and her colleagues are trying to map connections in the human brain.The Human Connectome Project, which aims to produce an interactive brain map. http://www.nytimes.com/2014/01/07/science/the-brain-in-exquisite-detail.html?smid=tw-share

Rainbow Mountains, China (jprobably some color enhancement plus a perfect lighting situation - link to HuffPost gives variety of pics)

Rainbow Mountains, China (jprobably some color enhancement plus a perfect lighting situation - link to HuffPost gives variety of pics)

Looking like a stained glass window, this is the remains of the seed pod of one of last summer's garden flowers, Lunaria annua (commonly known as honesty, because the dry seed pods resemble silver coins), magnified around two hundred times and viewed using polarised light.

Looking like a stained glass window, this is the remains of the seed pod of one of last summer's garden flowers, Lunaria annua (commonly known as honesty, because the dry seed pods resemble silver coins), magnified around two hundred times and viewed using polarised light.

READY FOR A CRAZY FACT?!!?  This sea slug (Elysia chlorotics) can eat kelp and other plants and filter out the chloroplasts to their own cells! The chloroplasts then actively turn sunlight into energy for up to a YEAR!!! PHOTOSYNTHESIZING ANIMALS!!!! Alright, that's all lololol no one cares :P

READY FOR A CRAZY FACT?!!? This sea slug (Elysia chlorotics) can eat kelp and other plants and filter out the chloroplasts to their own cells! The chloroplasts then actively turn sunlight into energy for up to a YEAR!!! PHOTOSYNTHESIZING ANIMALS!!!! Alright, that's all lololol no one cares :P

Inspiration of close ups of organic things that look abstracted- Close-up.Mushroom fins

Inspiration of close ups of organic things that look abstracted- Close-up.Mushroom fins

Small Wonders: Science Meets Art under the Lens [Slide Show]: Scientific American Slideshows ALOIN CELLS: Botanist Anatoly I. Mikhaltsov of the Children's Ecological and Biological Center in Omsk, Russia, was studying the anatomy of Aloe erinacea , an endangered species of aloe endemic to Namibia, when he captured this image of the plant's aloin cells ( blue )—which secrete a component of the gel-like sap that oozes from an aloe's severed leaf—using a coloring method that he developed...

Small Wonders: Science Meets Art under the Lens [Slide Show]: Scientific American Slideshows ALOIN CELLS: Botanist Anatoly I. Mikhaltsov of the Children's Ecological and Biological Center in Omsk, Russia, was studying the anatomy of Aloe erinacea , an endangered species of aloe endemic to Namibia, when he captured this image of the plant's aloin cells ( blue )—which secrete a component of the gel-like sap that oozes from an aloe's severed leaf—using a coloring method that he developed...

Plant photos by Biologist Fernan Federici. August 3, 2013

Plant photos by Biologist Fernan Federici. August 3, 2013

adidas 'Basket Profi' Hidden Wedge Sneaker (Women) | Nordstrom :: even though the wedge is fading, I love the mock python

adidas 'Basket Profi' Hidden Wedge Sneaker (Women) | Nordstrom :: even though the wedge is fading, I love the mock python