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Neurobiology graduate and lover of all things anatomy.

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hydrangeaaa:

jellyfish at the aquarium in singapore

hydrangeaaa:

jellyfish at the aquarium in singapore

aminotransferase:

human relationships baffle me and make me want to cry. 

turian-chocolate:

Cutie pie Mads + Murder Suit! [x]

I want you for my birthday. Kay, thanks.

Awesome self lit balloons in courtesy of my awesome flatmate!

#personal
Awesome self lit balloons in courtesy of my awesome flatmate!

frontal-cortex:

Case Study #3: Use of Nomarski phase interference contrast microscopy capability of the metallographic microscope to indicate areas of damage and subsequent chemical attack or contamination in anti-reflective coatings on optical elements or delamination failures

frontal-cortex:

Case Study #3: Use of Nomarski phase interference contrast microscopy capability of the metallographic microscope to indicate areas of damage and subsequent chemical attack or contamination in anti-reflective coatings on optical elements or delamination failures

post-mitotic:

esophageal epithelium with some local bacteria

like skin, the esophagus is lined by stratified squamous epithelium

unlike skin, the esophagus is not keratinized because let’s face it — that’d be weird

colored SEM

credit: Steve Schmeissner

post-mitotic:

esophageal epithelium with some local bacteria
like skin, the esophagus is lined by stratified squamous epithelium
unlike skin, the esophagus is not keratinized because let’s face it — that’d be weird
colored SEM
credit: Steve Schmeissner
TRYING TO GET WORK DONE AT HOME

whatshouldwecallgradschool:

frontal-cortex:

Gallery of Paleontology and Comparative Anatomy in Paris

frontal-cortex:

Gallery of Paleontology and Comparative Anatomy in Paris

incohare:

image: prepared bovine pulmonary artery endothelial (BPAE) cells — 60x — stained three ways with DAPI (blue — nucleus), AlexaFluor488 (green — actin), and Mitotracker Red (red — mitochondria)

taken for MCB 68 class — “cell biology through the microscope” @ harvard college

incohare:

image: prepared bovine pulmonary artery endothelial (BPAE) cells — 60x — stained three ways with DAPI (blue — nucleus), AlexaFluor488 (green — actin), and Mitotracker Red (red — mitochondria)
taken for MCB 68 class — “cell biology through the microscope” @ harvard college
Anonymous : I think you're amazing I would love to be a neurologist honestly you inspire me to become one!

Oh dear, thank you so much!

I hope you pursue your dream, because you can really do anything if you work really hard for it! And if you feel like you need any help along the way, I’m always here to give the advice that I consider most fitting. 

Anonymous : Hey, this autumn I'm starting my undergrad in environmental and earth science, at a small school that specializes in sustainability. Any advice?

First of all congrats!

All I can say is enjoy your time, keep track of your classes by attending, and try to do as much academic volunteering as possible, especially in your first years that you have a bit more time.

Pro tip: give yourself time to learn how to learn, and not just read for the exam period.

And of course, keep having hobbies and friends and a life outside college, because it is really important for your emotional well being!

imawalkingtravestyy:

i wanna lie on the floor and not think for a month or two.

nonojojofoto:

Zombie food. #science #brains #ohmanneuroscience

what my bench looks like. Times a hundred, because I’m really messy.

nonojojofoto:

Zombie food. #science #brains #ohmanneuroscience

what my bench looks like. Times a hundred, because I’m really messy.

frontal-cortex:

Glomerulum of mouse kidney in Scanning Electron Microscope, magnification 1,000x

frontal-cortex:

Glomerulum of mouse kidney in Scanning Electron Microscope, magnification 1,000x

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