Image of an eye inside of a color wheel
How the brain helps us see is a captivating subject in the world of neuroscience.
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Your selections: Vision
Fish have specialized cells that help them detect movement in the water so they don't end up as dinner.
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Your sense of sight is powered by blood.
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Have you ever wondered how you can catch a ball, see the color blue, taste chocolate, smell bad breath, or hear a bird song? Learn more in this Brain Awareness Week webinar.
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  • 53 min
Your students will see the finish line and taste the glory as they race the clock and each other in this interactive relay game.
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Tracing a star is easy, but what happens when you add a mirror?
  • BioInteractive
Have you ever wanted to make something disappear?
  • Scientific American
This activity starts out with the question "can you trust what you see?"
  • University of Washington
How much do you know about how your senses work?
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How could the color of a dress be open to interpretation? Learn more about the neuroscience behind the internet phenomenon in the third-place video from the 2016 Brain Awareness Video Contest.
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Scientists have learned a lot about our sense of sight by studying the eyes of other animals.
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Michael Buice from the Allen Institute for Brain Science in Seattle, explains how our brains construct the visual world that surrounds us.
  • Allen Institute
Cheri Wiggs explains what our eyes do while we sleep and why we can't see colors well in the dark.
  • National Eye Institute
  • 2 min

3D Brain

An interactive brain map that you can rotate in a three-dimensional space.