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How do our ears work? This question fascinated Nobel Laureate Georg von Békésy born #OTD . To find out he painstakingly dissected structures that make up our inner ears, such as the tiny spiral-shaped cochlea, that transforms vibrations into neural signals for us to hear.

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The Sombrero (M104) is a classic spiral galaxy that lies 31 million light-years away in the constellation Virgo. Its most notable feature is the dark lane of dust that stretches across its middle and cuts the galaxy in two. c. Alex Bekesy@AstronomyMag 

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How do our ears work? This question fascinated Nobel Laureate Georg von Békésy. To find out he painstakingly dissected structures that make up our inner ears, such as the tiny spiral-shaped cochlea, that transforms vibrations into neural signals for us to hear. #WorldHearingDay 

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How do our ears work? This question fascinated Nobel Laureate Georg von Békésy born #OTD . To find out he painstakingly dissected structures that make up our inner ears, such as the tiny spiral-shaped cochlea, that transforms vibrations into neural signals for us to hear.

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Georg von Békésy revolutionised our understanding of human hearing. Using innovative dissection techniques, he was able to make previously impossible observations of the cochlea. Békésy was born #Onthisday  in 1899

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How do our ears work? This question fascinated Nobel Laureate Georg von Békésy. To find out he painstakingly dissected structures that make up our inner ears, such as the tiny spiral-shaped cochlea, that transforms vibrations into neural signals for us to hear. #WorldHearingDay 

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How do our ears work? This was a question that fascinated Nobel Laureate Georg von Békésy born #OTD  in 1899. To find out he dissected structures that make up our inner ears, such as the tiny spiral-shaped cochlea, that transforms vibrations into neural signals for us to hear.

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How do our ears work? This was a question that fascinated Nobel Laureate Georg von Békésy. To find out he painstakingly dissected structures that make up our inner ears, such as the tiny spiral-shaped cochlea, that transforms vibrations into neural signals for us to hear.

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Georg von Békésy, born #OTD , showed that the cochlea in the inner ear functions as a frequency analyzer #NobelPrize 

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