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Resource:Comparative Mammalian Brain Collections

Name: Resource:Comparative Mammalian Brain Collections
Description:

This web site provides browsers with images and information from one of the world's largest collection of well-preserved, sectioned and stained brains of mammals. Viewers can see and download photographs of brains of over 100 different species of mammals (including humans) representing over 20 Mammalian Orders.
Also available are examples of stained sections from a wide variety of brains of special interest, including Humans, Chimpanzees, Monkeys, various Rodents and Carnivores, California Sealion, Florida Manatee, Big Brown Bat, American Badger, American Raccoon, Yellow Mongoose, Zebra, Cow, and the Atlantic Bottlenose Dolphin. A complete list of all available specimens is available. How brain evolution has occurred is discussed. Viewers will learn why these collections are important, why and how they were assembled, and why it is important to protect, preserve and maintain them. Moreover, a variety of issues in brain science are discussed.

For users who are interested in using any of our images for educational or research purposes, you have our permission to use them. But, they are not to be published and copyrighted since this would prohibit others from using the same images. At any rate, we request that you identify them as from the University of Wisconsin and Michigan State Comparative Mammalian Brain Collections, as well as from those at the National Museum of Health and Medicine. Also, we request that you refer to the Web Site where you obtained them, as well as the fact that preparation of all these images and specimens have been funded by the National Science Foundation, as well as by the National Institutes of Health.
Other Name(s): Comparative Mammalian Brain Collections
Parent Organization: The University of Wisconsin, Michigan State University, National Museum of Health and Medicine
Resource Type(s): atlas
Resource: Resource
URL: http://www.brainmuseum.org/
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Curation status: Curated

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This web site provides browsers wi
This web site provides browsers with images and information from one of the world's largest collection of well-preserved, sectioned and stained brains of mammals. Viewers can see and download photographs of brains of over 100 different species of mammals (including humans) representing over 20 Mammalian Orders.
Also available are examples of stained sections from a wide variety of brains of special interest, including Humans, Chimpanzees, Monkeys, various Rodents and Carnivores, California Sealion, Florida Manatee, Big Brown Bat, American Badger, American Raccoon, Yellow Mongoose, Zebra, Cow, and the Atlantic Bottlenose Dolphin. A complete list of all available specimens is available. How brain evolution has occurred is discussed. Viewers will learn why these collections are important, why and how they were assembled, and why it is important to protect, preserve and maintain them. Moreover, a variety of issues in brain science are discussed.

For users who are interested in using any of our images for educational or research purposes, you have our permission to use them. But, they are not to be published and copyrighted since this would prohibit others from using the same images. At any rate, we request that you identify them as from the University of Wisconsin and Michigan State Comparative Mammalian Brain Collections, as well as from those at the National Museum of Health and Medicine. Also, we request that you refer to the Web Site where you obtained them, as well as the fact that preparation of all these images and specimens have been funded by the National Science Foundation, as well as by the National Institutes of Health.
y the National Institutes of Health.
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Is part ofUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison; Wisconsin; USA  +, Michigan State University; Michigan; USA  +, and National Museum of Health and Medicine  +
LabelResource:Comparative Mammalian Brain Collections  +
ModifiedDate10 July 2014  +
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SynonymComparative Mammalian Brain Collections  +