Sensory Overload

There are 6 main senses, each with a variety of sub-modalities that get filtered by your thalamus. If your thalamus is not working properly you will get sensory overload as it allows too much sensors into your cortex. This is commonly found in people with ADHD, Autism, people with brain trauma and more.

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Chromosomal Mutations: Errors in Meiosis

    Triple X syndrome is a rare genetic condition caused by mutations in the number of sex chromosomes. Specifically, women with triple X syndrome have three X chromosomes, rather than two. Such mutation arises from errors in meiosis. In prophase I, the homologous chromosomes fail to divide, initiating a …

Manufactured Cardiac Tissue

Manufacturing Cardiac Tissue

For my STEAM project I decided to take a deeper look into cardiac tissue. Through my research I found something that was super interesting. Scientists have made significant advancements in replacement heart tissue research over the past couple years. The art project I decided on was a replica of cardiac tissue with a bit of a twist. The cardiac tissue is broken up into puzzle pieces. I decided on this design because I believe in an abstract way, it represents my research beautifully. The cardiac tissue looks indiscernible from the real thing (or at least it is supposed to/would if I were an artist) except for the representation of puzzle pieces. This is used to show the viewer that it was manufactured and put together by scientist and did not occur naturally in the body.

Also, I am not sure why my picture is embedded as a link but i cannot seem to fix it.

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I did my project on the eye and the eye disease Glaucoma. I picked this topic because it is relatable to me and i found it very interesting. For this project I made a 3D eyeball that you can take a part and turn it into two. one side shows …

Osteoporosis and Treatment


I decided to do my project on osteoporosis because it was very interesting to me, and a few of my family members have osteoporosis so I wanted to learn a little more about it. My drawing shows what happens inside of a healthy bone, and what happens inside of a bone with osteoporosis.

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