Illustration of neurons in the brain talking to each other over tin cans. Narrator: "Short term memories form when two neurons that don't normally talk to each other make a connection. That connection means they can more easily talk to each other again, creating a path to pass chemicals and electricity to each other. We call this ability 'potentiation' - it's an enhanced propensity to be activated through that connection."
Your Guide to Quilt Batting from Connecting Threads
We hope this guide will give you a batter understanding of what makes each type of batting different, so that you can determine what will work best for you!
A Cultural Triumph: Microbiology Student Makes A Petri Dish Masterpiece
Balaram Khamari has been spending a lot of time in his lab in Puttaparthi, India, culturing colorful bacteria and artfully arranging it on a jelly like substance called agar.