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Como hacer esferificaciones con agar-agar. Dudas, problemas y soluciones para que os salgan perfectas | Chocolatisimo

Como hacer esferificaciones con agar-agar. Dudas, problemas y soluciones para que os salgan perfectas | Chocolatisimo

I'm making quite a handsome living from stealing all these Go Pro cameras, doncha know? I have a fence! https://plus.google.com/115485979219209097599/posts/GcKmFWpF8eJ

I'm making quite a handsome living from stealing all these Go Pro cameras, doncha know? I have a fence! https://plus.google.com/115485979219209097599/posts/GcKmFWpF8eJ

Living neurons firing The micrograph shows living neuronal cells. In a gene-modified procedure different components of the cells are coloured by fluorescent proteins, so that two different structure components, tubulin and actin, obtain different colours.

The firing of neurons in the human brain – using a substance that makes the nerve fluoresce scientists are able to take pictures of the brain in action.

Brain On Autopilot | Everybody's been there: You're sitting at your desk, staring out the window, your thoughts wandering. Instead of getting on with what you're supposed to be doing, you start mentally planning your next holiday or find yourself lost in a thought or a memory. It's only later that you realize what has happened: Your brain has simply "changed channels" -- and switched to autopilot.

A daydreaming brain: the yellow areas depict the default mode network from three different perspectives; the coloured fibres show the connections amongst each other and with the remainder of the brain.

Hairy (thin) skin

Hairy (thin) skin

Incredible! The landscapes of such minute functions & structures. The invisible detail highlighted through a high-powered microscope 50,000 times leaves me in awe. I'm enthralled by the color, detail, & what it represents? A deadly virus/bacteria, cells of a mouse, a virus in digestion of a rat flea; such a contradictory feelings; beauty from the gruesome but beautiful nonetheless. ~Missy

These are developing mouse nerve cells. The nucleus is yellow. (Torsten Wittmann, University of California, San Francisco). 11 amazing images from high-powered microscopes - The Washington Post