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Human Gut Has The Surface Area Of A Studio Apartment
Revising an old biology analogy
5 Gross But Cool Vintage Anatomy Drawings
There should be more physician-artists in the world.
7 Fantastic Vintage Anatomy Drawings
Studies of the human body made by the intrepid scientists of the 1500s through the 1700s
Can We Smell With Our Hearts?
"Ugh, tuna again?" say your blood cells.
Meet Philippe Charlier, The Forensic Scientist Who Thinks A Medieval Cadaver Smells Good
Charlier recently analyzed Richard the Lionheart's heart and an anonymous 13th-century cadaver, saying of the latter that it "was smoked, like salmon or like pork." Nom?
Today in Scientific Papercraft: Anatomical Cross-Sections
Artist Lisa Nilsson’s “Tissue Series” is a collection of some pretty incredible paper work–she used a technique called quilling or...
FYI: What’s the Point of Nose Hair?
To strain out the nasty stuff we breathe in. It’s like an air filter in your house, says Justin Turner,...
“How It Works” Throughout History, In Pictures
Some of the greatest moments ever in figuring out how stuff works
Mesmerizing, Isn’t It?
This is what goes on behind the scenes whenever you open your mouth to speak. The image was captured at...
New study reports that men who wore a penile extender every day for six months were able to increase the flaccid length of their penis by 32 percent