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Silviana Ilcus

Professor Chang finds art in anatomy

“Inside Rodin’s Hands: Art, Technology and Surgery,” a temporary exhibition at the Cantor Arts Center that opened last week, features Rodin hand sculptures which have been diagnosed for pathologies and virtually operated on. Anatomy texts published between the 16th and 19th centuries that illustrate the historical development of the study of anatomy are also on display, as are augmented reality installations that allow the public to view the anatomical structures that would lie inside some of the exhibited sculptures.

Stanford researchers discover molecule integral to vision

A team of Stanford researchers has discovered that a molecule previously thought to exclusively play a role in the immune system is in fact both necessary and sufficient for pruning connections between neurons in the visual system, in a breakthrough that opens the door to further advances in the field.
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