2014 THE MAPMAKERS The Brain, in Exquisite Detail By JAMES GORMAN Zach Wise for The New York Times A visualization of the author's brain created using brain scans produced at Washington University in St.
Remains of the seed pod of a Lunaria annua (commonly known as honesty, or money plant because the dry seed pods resemble silver coins), magnified around two hundred times and viewed using polarised light. by Phil Gates
Solar-powered sea slug - Elysia chlorotica is a lurid green sea slug, with a gelatinous leaf-shaped body, that lives along the Atlantic seaboard of the US. What sets it apart from most other sea slugs is its ability to run on solar power.