Neuroanthropology

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One Hundred Years of Brain Images

Posted by dlende on October 22, 2009

Cajal Purkinje Drawing
Mo Costandi, who runs the excellent Neurophilosophy blog, has a wonderful piece over at MIT’s Technology Review, Time Travel through the Brain. The article gives us ten images that represent how our ability to see and visualize what our brains do, with accompanying commentary on each image. There is also a minute-long video on the right hand side which is also worthy viewing – so please look for that too.

I’ve included the first and tenth images here, but for more, go over to Time Travel through the Brain.

Schultz Thalamus Diffusion Tensor

One Response to “One Hundred Years of Brain Images”

  1. Visualizing nerves…

    Visualizing nerves over the past 100 years. h/t, Neuroanthropology …

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