Best neuroscience images of 2015

The retina and underlying optic lobes of a mantis shrimp have been stained to reveal the many different units of light information processing before it reaches the central brain. (Credit: Elise Roberts) The best neuroscience images from the Queensland Brain Institute for 2015 have been revealed. Images were submitted into the categories artistic, technical or scientific. The awards, judged by Dr Allison Holland from The University of Queensland’s School of Communication and Arts; and renowned Brisbane artist Dr Svenja Kratz, highlight the point where art meets science in the laboratory. Neuroscience images: art meets science Dr Kratz said the scientific award went to Elise Roberts for her image titled ‘Colour through the eye of a mantis shrimp’. “The image best encapsulated and communicated the broader field of neuroscience and the research undertaken…


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