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A hundred years of visualising the brain



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A picture is worth a thousand words – 100 years of visualising the brain.  In this MIT Technology Review, Moheb Costandi collects 10 pictures that cover the last 100 years of visualising the brain. Even if you have no interest in brains, these are great pictures.

  • From showing that the nervous system consists of cells (Photo Credit: Herederos de Santiago Ramón y Cajal)
  • to staining cells and the Brainbow mouse (Photo credit: Jeuan Livet, INSERM)
  • to an MRI of the living brain (Photo credit Thomas Schultz, University of Chicago)

More pictures at Time Travel through the Brain MIT Technology Review

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