Congratulations to the winners of this years “Show Us Your Brain Contest!”
THANK YOU TO ALL THOSE WHO SUBMITTED EXTRAORDINARY PHOTOS & VIDEOS!!!
Thy1-GFP mouse brain optically cleared and imaged with the Zeiss Lightsheet Z.1 microscope using a Mesoscale Imaging System.
From UC Irvine, Translucence Biosystems - Sunil Gandhi, Ricardo Azevedo and Damian Wheeler
The C. elegans brain, including every nerve and muscle fiber, being recontructed by serial-section electron microscopy.
From University of Toronto & Harvard University – Daniel Witvliet
These cells were reconstructed by Artificial Intelligence from Princeton University's Murthy Seung Lab using electron microscope images HHMI Janelia.
From Princeton University - Amy Sterling
Mouse Layer V cortical neurons eYFP-labeled (Thy1-H) and imaged after CLARITY processing of a whole brain. Maximum projection with depth color coding.
From Centre de Regulació Genòmica (CRG), Linus Manubens-Gil
EMBL Mesoscopic Imaging Facility, Jim Swoger
4 week old Rat Cortical neurons labeled for dendrites(red), axons(green) and nuclei (blue).
From Thomas Jefferson University - Karthik Krishnamurthy, Davide Trotti, Piera Pasinelli
The Brain is everywhere to us, Neuroscientists. This exquisite 'hippocampus', with delicate dendrities is actually a waterdrop captured at highspeed.
From University of California-Irvine - Tallie Z. Baram; Jeremy Barry; Joan Morris
Credit: ©Joan Morris 2017 - www.joanmorrisartist.com