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1920s Rocks under a Microscope. Scientific Illustration, Vintage Print Geology

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Manual-de-Histología-normal-de-D.-Santiago-Ramón-y-Cajal-001-copia

Manual-de-Histología-normal-de-D.-Santiago-Ramón-y-Cajal-001-copia

The lace doily has traditionally referenced designs and motifs from nature. Furthermore, these decorative objects would be heirlooms, handed down from one generation to the next.

Laura Splan,Doilies 2004 freestanding computerized machine embroidered lace mounted on velvet

Santiago Ramón y Cajal - Google Search

drawing from "Cajal’s Butterflies of the Soul" / santiago ramon y cajal drawings

from Icones of Japanese algae

From Icones of Japanese algae, Tokyo, Kazamashobo From the Biodiversity Heritage Library, via evencleveland via FreakyFauna.

anatomy of a honeybee by Cy Cook

Fine Art Print of Anatomy of the Honey Bee, Pfurtscheller's Zoological Wall Chart by Paul Pfurtscheller

Beautiful Brain: The Stunning Drawings of Neuroscience Founding Father Santiago Ramón y Cajal – Brain Pickings

Beautiful Brain: The Stunning Drawings of Neuroscience Founding Father Santiago Ramón y Cajal

Diseases of the Will: Neuroscience Founding Father Santiago Ramón y Cajal on the Six Psychological Flaws That Keep the Talented from Achieving Greatness

Beautiful Brain: The Stunning Drawings of Neuroscience Founding Father Santiago Ramón y Cajal – Brain Pickings

Beautiful Brain: The Stunning Drawings of Neuroscience Founding Father Santiago Ramón y Cajal

The Founding Father of Neuroscience on Solitude the Importance of Science in a Nations Greatness and the Ideal Social Environment for Intellectual Achievement

Anatomy of Plant Cells by Frederic Elfving 1929. depicts the different stages of cell reproduction.

cells 1929 Visualising the Cell Nucleus — Anatomia Vegetal pub. by FE Wachsmuth (by peacay) neuraldamage

Retina. Santiago Ramón y Cajal (1901). Courtesy of Dr. Juan A. de Carlos. Drawing by Cajal summarizing his findings concerning the neuronal circuitry of the eye's retina. The small arrows symbolize the flow of information from the photoreceptor cells that detect light, to intermediary layers of neurons that locally process visual information before it is sent to higher areas in the brain.

Drawing of the neuronal circuit found in the retina by Spanish scientist Santiago Ramón y Cajal in By applying Camillo Golgi’s tissue-staining method with patience and virtuosity, he laid the foundations for the modern field of neuroscience

Punica granatum L. - Pomegranate Trew, C.J., Plantae selectae quarum imagines ad exemplaria naturalia Londini, in hortis curiosorum nutrit, vol. 8: t. 72 (1771) [G.D. Ehret]

scientificillustration: Punica granatum L. - Pomegranate Trew, C., Plantae selectae quarum imagines ad exemplaria naturalia Londini, in hortis curiosorum nutrit, vol. 72 [G.

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