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law-student:

day three. i love love love my colorful everything.

law-student:

day three. i love love love my colorful everything.

star-student:

7am study & journal session

star-student:

7am study & journal session


Mark Murdoch

Mark Murdoch

compoundchem:

An update to the previous graphic on organic functional groups today, with some additions and refinements to make it a little clearer.
As always, you can download the PDF on the site: http://wp.me/p4aPLT-3c

compoundchem:

An update to the previous graphic on organic functional groups today, with some additions and refinements to make it a little clearer.

As always, you can download the PDF on the site: http://wp.me/p4aPLT-3c

(Source: alecstasy)

scienceyoucanlove:

Violinist plays Mozart during brain surgery to conquer 20-year hand tremor (VIDEO)
A violinist played Mozart during her brain surgery in an Israeli clinic to help neurosurgeons correct her hand tremor. For 20 years the tremor halted her career, but after the operation she will be able to play professionally again.
Naomi Elishuv was a professional violinist of the Lithuanian National Symphony Orchestra before diagnosed with a hand tremor. She then had to stop her career.
On Tuesday, Elishuv underwent surgery at the Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center to suppress the symptoms of her disease.
The operation was unique: Professor Yitzhak Fried, Director of Functional Neurosurgery, who operated on Naomi, said that this was the first time he "operated on a patient who played an instrument during surgery. I am so pleased that we had the opportunity to enjoy a private concert from a most talented and honorable musician," he told Israeli media.
Fried explained that during the operation the doctors implanted and positioned a brain pacemaker with electrodes in the area of the brain disturbance. The device emits impulses to suppress the tremor that was disturbing Elishuv’s violin-playing.
read more and watch video from RT!

scienceyoucanlove:

Violinist plays Mozart during brain surgery to conquer 20-year hand tremor (VIDEO)

A violinist played Mozart during her brain surgery in an Israeli clinic to help neurosurgeons correct her hand tremor. For 20 years the tremor halted her career, but after the operation she will be able to play professionally again.

Naomi Elishuv was a professional violinist of the Lithuanian National Symphony Orchestra before diagnosed with a hand tremor. She then had to stop her career.

On Tuesday, Elishuv underwent surgery at the Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center to suppress the symptoms of her disease.

The operation was unique: Professor Yitzhak Fried, Director of Functional Neurosurgery, who operated on Naomi, said that this was the first time he "operated on a patient who played an instrument during surgery. I am so pleased that we had the opportunity to enjoy a private concert from a most talented and honorable musician," he told Israeli media.

Fried explained that during the operation the doctors implanted and positioned a brain pacemaker with electrodes in the area of the brain disturbance. The device emits impulses to suppress the tremor that was disturbing Elishuv’s violin-playing.

read more and watch video from RT!

gordonovan:

Remembering loved ones at the 9/11 Memorial in New York City. 

People decorate the bronze panels with flowers and flags with the names who died in the 2001 and 1993 attacks edging the Memorial pools at the 9/11 Memorial in New York City, Tuesday, September 9, 2014. 

Photography by Gordon Donovan

“Courage isn’t having the strength to go on - it is going on when you don’t have strength.”

- Napoleon (via hqlines)

 

(via kushandwizdom)

Sometimes, I just sit back and realize how blessed I am. God is great. I have amazing people in my life. I shouldn’t complain.

saberspinner:

mobabyducky:

MY HEART

I actually just started tearing up in the middle of the marshall center lol

(Source: sizvideos)

rkaym94:

you smart, you very smart. Matter of fact, you a genius

rkaym94:

you smart, you very smart. Matter of fact, you a genius

study-princess:

 

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