Mount Bromo, Indonesia // suspiciousminds

by Naser Ramezani

flora mclachlan

Harvey Dinnerstein

by Asiulus

DimmingWood Book Six DA by Michael Gauss

 Jindřich Pileček (Czech, 1944-2002) - A Performance For Luna, 1998 Intaglio Engravings

An old bosnian man, after he lost his house in the flood
"Nije mi sine žao zemljišta, niti kuće… Žao mi sine, što nemam više vremena da gradim nešta novo, a gdje proživjeti ovo što mi je ostalo?"
"My son, I’m not sorry for the land, or house.. I’m sorry, son, that I don’t have time to build something new, and where to spend this few years that I have left?"

Reversal of Blindness
Harvard Medical School researchers have identified a way to enhance regrowth of human corneal tissue to restore vision, using a molecule known as ABCB5 that acts as a marker for hard-to-find limbal stem cells. This work, a collaboration between the Massachusetts Eye and Ear/Schepens Eye Research Institute (Mass. Eye and Ear), Boston Children’s Hospital, Brigham and Women’s Hospital and the VA Boston Healthcare System, provides promise to burn victims, victims of chemical injury and others with damaging eye diseases.
Funding: The research was supported by the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (grant K08NS051349), the Veterans Administration (BLR&D 1I01BX000516 and VA RR&D 1I01RX000989), the Harvard Stem Cell Institute, the National Cancer Institute (R01CA113796, R01CA158467, R01CA138231), the Department of Defense (PR0332453), the National Institutes of Health (R01EY018624, P30EY014801, R01EY021768, R01CA138231, R01EB017274, U01HL100402, P41EB015903 and NIH New Innovator Award DP2OD007483), the Corley Research Foundation, the Western Pennsylvania Medical Eye Bank Core Grant for Vision Research (EY08098), the Howard Hughes Medical Institute and the Life Sciences Research Foundation.
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Jaka Bulc