NeuroArt celebrates the many different ways people see the beautiful, mysterious brain. Some perspectives are technical: dyes or tracers are used to visualize individual neurons, neuronal circuits, and brain structures in tissue specimens, fMRI machines generate colorful activation maps to analyze brain activity. Other perspectives are more abstract: a splatter painting illustrates neurons and their connections, an illustration depicts a tree trunk, branches, and leaves instead of dendrites and spines.
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NeuroArt is powered by MBF Bioscience, the leading provider of quantitative microscopy equipment for life science researchers. Our mission is to help researchers discover new information about the nervous system and the diseases that affect it. Learn more about MBF Bioscience.