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100 Very Cool Facts About The Human Body The Brain The human brain is the most complex and least understood part of the human anatomy. There may be a lot we don’t know, but here are a few interesting facts that we’ve got covered. Nerve impulses to and from the brain travel as fast as 170 miles per hour. Nerve Structures of the Spine Nerves control the body’s functions including the vital organs, sensation, and movement. The nervous system receives information and initiates an appropriate response. It is affected by internal and external factors (ie, stimulus). Nerves follow tracts and cross over junctions called synapses. Simplified, it is a complex communicative process between nerves conducted by chemical and/or electrical changes. Watch our video explaining spinal anatomy—it'll give you the big picture of how the nerves and vertebrae fit together in your spine.

Early Human Evolution: Climate Change and Human Evoluti The evolutionary surge that led to Homo habilis began during the transition between the Pliocene and Pleistocene Epochs around 2.5 million years ago when climates were becoming cooler and drier. All later species of Homo evolved during the Pleistocene (2,600,000-11,700 years ago). This was generally a time of more extreme world cooling and recurrent glaciations (ice ages). The math behind Michael Jordan’s legendary hang time - Andy Peterson and Zack Patterson You can further investigate the mathematics behind hang time on Earth, other bodies in the solar system and maybe even some places a bit more “Looney Tunes” using these Hungry Teacher Lessons: Hang Time, Space Jam and In Sync. Love the application of Physics to the real world and everyday life? Visit: Real World Physics Problems to find out more! Sport Science also provides a great video on Hang Time with Jordan Farmer! Prepare to be amazed! Science Friday’s Physics of Basketball addresses the forces acting on the ball!

Photo Gallery of Anatomy Models Labeling, design and programming by Leif Saul. Photos by Leif Saul, Chris Landis, and Robert Donovan. Note 1: You can zoom in on these models. Control-click (on a Mac) or right-click (on a Windows computer) until the pop-up menu appears, then choose "zoom in" from the menu. When it is zoomed in, you can drag the image around with the mouse. Updated map of the human brain hailed as a scientific tour de force When the German neurologist Korbinian Brodmann first sliced and mapped the human brain more than a century ago he identified 50 distinct regions in the crinkly surface called the cerebral cortex that governs much of what makes us human. Now researchers have updated the 100-year-old map in a scientific tour de force which reveals that the human brain has at least 180 different regions that are important for language, perception, consciousness, thought, attention and sensation. The landmark achievement hands neuroscientists their most comprehensive map of the cortex so far, one that is expected to supersede Brodmann’s as the standard researchers use to talk about the various areas of the brain. Scientists at Washington University in St Louis created the map by combining highly-detailed MRI scans from 210 healthy young adults who had agreed to take part in the Human Connectome Project, a massive effort that aims to understand how neurons in the brain are connected.

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