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Category “Showing Neuroscience”

1st place:
Mathieu di Miceli
Centripetal and Centrifugal Neurosciences

Centripetal and Centrifugal Neurosciences

This diagram makes the link between networks (straight lines), neurons (coloured circles), functions (squares) and behaviours (chip board). Each colour represents one type of network, which is interconnected to specific neurons and functions. Neuronal network assembly then outputs a matrix of complex behaviours. The diagram is intended to be read either centripetally (networks -> neurons -> functions -> behaviours) or centrifugally (behaviours -> functions -> neurons -> networks). Grey lines and grey squares represents unknown features that will eventually be uncovered. Finally, opened circles (white) represent support cells, constituting the vast majority of the central nervous system.

Lines and circles were automatically generated in silico using the free R software (https://cran.r-project.org/) with mathart, ggart and packcircles packages. Other features were drawn by hand. Fine tuning was performed manually in fine.

Mathieu di Miceli (NutriNeuro)

2nd place:
Anes Ju and Anna Beyeler
Neuro-friends

Neuro-friends

Neuro-friends

Anes Ju and Anna Beyeler (Neurocentre Magndie)

3rd place :
Jean-Arthur Micoulaud
Network analysis of sleep symptoms

Network analysis des symptomes du sommeil

Network analysis des symptomes du sommeil

Jean-Arthur Micoulaud (SanPsy)

Catégorie “Having fun with neuroscience”

1st place
Maïté Moreau
The Purple Minion cell

03 - The Purple Minion cell (Photo d'une cellule amusante recolorisé)

The Purple Minion cell

Maïté Moreau (Neurocentre Magendie)

2nd place
Miza Arizono
Interweaving of neurons and glia.

14 - Super-resolution shadow imaging reveals intricate interweaving of neurons and glia.

Interweaving of neurons and glia.

Super-resolution shadow imaging reveals intricate interweaving of neurons and glia.

Misa Arizono (IINS)

3rd place
Maïté Moreau
Lost in hippocampus

Perdu dans l’hippocampe

(Neurone du gyrus denté)

Maïté Moreau (Neurocentre Magendie)

Catégorie “Making Neuroscience beautiful”

1st place
Andrea Toledo
Semithin section

07 - Semithin section of a sciatic nerve stained with toluidine and then artificially coloured in Photoshop.

Semithin section

(Semithin section of a sciatic nerve stained with toluidine and then artificially coloured in Photoshop)

Andrea Toledo (IINS)

2nd place
Maïté Moreau
Lost in hippocampus

Perdu dans l’hippocampe

(Neurone du gyrus denté)

Maïté Moreau (Neurocentre Magendie)

3rd place
Irene Sanchez Mirasierra
Pop-Art of the larva’s brain

12 - Pop-Art of the larva's brain

Pop-Art of the larva’s brain

Irene Sanchez Mirasierra (IMN)

Last update: 14 décembre 2020