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Museum Vrolik (http://goo.gl/TnzVD), is located within the monolithic and slightly depressing Amsterdam Medical Center, but it harbors one of the most interesting collections of anatomical curiosities. The name of the museum derives from Gerard Vrolik (1775-1859) who was a professor in plant science, but also held a professorship in anatomy, physiology and neonatalogy at Atheneum Illustre (http://goo.gl/mbsDI). Vrolik had a particular interest in malformations in nature, be they in plants or animals. The large collection of formaldehyde-preserved cyclopses in the museum attests to this interest. However, there are a large number of beautiful anatomical preparations of brains as well. Lodewijk Bolk, a well-known Dutch anatomist with a keen interest in the brain contributed over three thousand items to the Vrolik collection. 
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These may look like river deltas, but are in fact reconstructions of climbing fibers, which terminate on Purkinje cells of the cerebellum. Source ref: http://goo.gl/isSrv
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HISTORY OF NEUROSCIENCE
FRANCIS CRICK
History of Neuroscience: Francis Crick 

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say goodbye to boring, static scientific figures & hello to @figurezero- http://bit.ly/SHyOyy  - create rich, interactive presentations of scientific research. Unlike static images found in traditional publications, FigureZero is an interactive zoomable canvas on which authors can map regions of interest, create annotations, and embed citations to share with other researchers. A single FigureZero figure can contain hundreds of annotations, each unique and capable of encapsulating a variety of formats (PubMed ID, D.O.I., YouTube, and Vimeo).

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