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Olympus OM-D E-M10 III Camera Review: The Newest Entry-Level Choice

The E-M10 III also has a powerful TruePic VIII processor that will make sure that it performs as well as it can, and that the JPEG processing is …

Cameras

A Diabetes Drug Has 'Significantly Reversed Memory Loss' in Mice With Alzheimer's

Scientists are getting excited.<p>A drug developed for type 2 diabetes has "significantly reversed memory loss" in mice with Alzheimer's disease, and …

Dementia

For the first time ever, scientists boosted human memory with a brain implant

A Bionic Memory Boost<p>With everyone from Elon Musk to MIT to the U.S. Department of Defense researching brain implants, it seems only a matter of time …

We may finally have a map that shows how memories are made

Which Way to the Amygdala?<p>What’s a computation device that we all carry with us, that holds all of the most important information about our lives, …

The Brain

Neuroscientists Just Launched an Atlas of the Developing Human Brain

Your brain is one enigmatic hunk of meat—a wildly complex web of neurons numbering in the tens of billions. But years ago, when you were in the womb, …

Neuroscience

A large artery opening to the lumen of small bowel causing massive bleeding (Dieulafoy's). https://t.co/1EWZSIf1iG

70 Street Photography Tips For Beginners

Dear friend,<p>If you’re reading this, you are probably either an aspiring street photographer, or a street photographer with some miles under your belt …

Traumatic brain injury-Subdural hematoma

GENERAL PRINCIPLES<p>Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is caused by two mechanisms, <b>impact</b>, and <b>movement of the brain inside the skull</b>. Impact, (a blow to the …

Separation of the "oral and pharyngeal structures from the floor of the mouth" 'Manual of #Pathology' by Coplin, 1905 http://t.co/TDGmWEpmaZ

10 Mugshots From The 1930s With Curious Details

People should really think twice when picking a criminal alias.<p>A capsule provided by the Tyne & Wear Archives and Museums, these mugshots are thought to be taken in the 1930s in and around Newcastle, England.

Archives

Dental work on a Mummy from ancient Egypt that archaeologists have dated to 2000 BC. http://t.co/fFd5n22a1T

Mesmerizing

@Regrann from my other account @remains2beseen - This image is a post mortem artefact called "tache noire" which literally means "black patch/spot" and is fairly frequent - I've seen it a good few times at autopsy. It occurs when the sclera of the eye becomes discoloured because the deceased has their eyes slightly open. As the transparent sclera stays in contact with the air it dries out, turning it first yellow, then brown, then black. To the untrained eye this could look like an injury which is why pathology staff and medical examiners are (or should be!) trained so well. This is not the only post-mortem artefact which could be mistaken for an injury by the untrained eye and I'll feature more on the site soon. #humanremains #anatomy #pathology #forensics #forensicscience #autopsy #autopsytechnician #APT #pathologytechnician #Regrann