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Biodiversity Heritage Library
Inspiring discovery through free access to biodiversity knowledge.

The Biodiversity Heritage Library improves research methodology by collaboratively making biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community.
art  biology  ecology  images  library 
6 weeks ago by gdw
You Can Now Download 150,000 Free Illustrations of the Natural World | Smart News | Smithsonian Magazine
The artworks, collected by the open-access Biodiversity Heritage Library, range from animal sketches to historical diagrams and botanical studies
art  biology  free  nature  illustrations 
6 weeks ago by gdw
A Mathematical Model Unlocks the Secrets of Vision | Quanta Magazine
Mathematicians and neuroscientists have created the first anatomically accurate model that explains how vision is possible.
brain  neuroscience  mathematical  model  biology  Dynamical  Systems 
august 2019 by gdw
Nautilus: Prime
Nautilus is a different kind of science magazine. We deliver big-picture science by reporting on a single monthly topic from multiple perspectives. Read a new chapter in the story every Thursday.
nautilus  reading  science  Matter  Biology  Numbers  Ideas  Culture  Connected 
july 2019 by gdw
To Remember, the Brain Must Actively Forget | Quanta Magazine
Researchers find evidence that neural systems actively remove memories, which suggests that forgetting may be the default mode of the brain.
brain  biology  memory  psychology  health 
july 2018 by gdw
Sapolsky Breaks Down Depression | Open Culture
depression is pervasive and getting worse. Currently, it’s the 4th greatest cause of disability worldwide, and it will soon become the 2nd. For Sapolsky, depression is deeply biological; it is rooted in biology, just like, say, diabetes. Here, you will see how depression changes the body. When depressed, our brains function differently while sleeping, our stress response goes way up 24/7, our biochemistry levels change, etc.
depression  disability  biology 
december 2012 by gdw
How Your Cat Is Making You Crazy - Magazine - The Atlantic
Certainly Flegr’s thinking is jarringly unconventional. Starting in the early 1990s, he began to suspect that a single-celled parasite in the protozoan family was subtly manipulating his personality, causing him to behave in strange, often self-destructive ways. And if it was messing with his mind, he reasoned, it was probably doing the same to others.
biology  brain  cats  science 
february 2012 by gdw
DIYbio is an organization dedicated to making biology an accessible pursuit for citizen scientists, amateur biologists and biological engineers who value openness and safety.
biology  diy  hacking  science 
december 2011 by gdw
Evolution, development, and random biological ejaculations from a godless liberal
biology  blog  evolution  science 
may 2010 by gdw
Performance-Driven Design | FastCompany.TV
Neri Oxman is the polymath MIT Media Lab fellow who graced the cover of our Most Creative People issue for her work tearing down the traditional walls in architecture and engineering.
architecture  biology  MCP  Neri  Oxman  design  inspiration  artists 
august 2009 by gdw

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