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Stunning molecular biology illustrations look like floral abstract art

Stunning molecular biology illustrations look like floral abstract art

Molecular biology professor and artist David Goodsell has no trouble finding art in the human body. His hand-drawn watercolor illustrations explode with color while offering his visual interpretation of bacteria, viruses, and human cells.

Depiction of carbon nanotube (gray) inserted into a cell membrane, with a single strand of DNA (gold) passing through the nanotube. Credit: Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Lawrence Livemoore National Laboratory: Carbon Nanotubes Usher Molecules In And Out Of Cell Membranes

Cell membrane carbon nanotubes Credit: Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Depiction of carbon nanotube (gray) inserted into a cell membrane, with a single strand of DNA (gold) passing through the nanotube. Depiction of carbon nanotube (gray) inserted into a cell membrane, with a single strand of DNA (gold) passing through the nanotube. The membrane is a…

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Creepy crawlies up (very) close: Insects magnified up to a million times their size

Creepy crawlies up (very) close: Insects magnified up to a million times their size

Appearing to blow a raspberry at the camera, this dung fly is one of a bizarre identity parade of insect mugshots as you've never seen them before.

GRAND FORMAT. Zoom sur l'infiniment petit, en 15 photos

Voici quelques semaines, "Le Nouvel Observateur" consacrait un diaporama aux images de l'espace réalisées par la Nasa. Après l'infiniment grand, mettons le cap aujourd'hui sur l'infiniment petit. Par la magie des microscopes et des objectifs grossissants, les êtres qui nous sont minuscules ou invisibles révèlent leur nature colossale : un asticot devient gargantuesque, un grain de sel se transforme en monument, des cellules souches prennent l'apparence d'une toile abstraite. Ces images…

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ZEISS Microscopy on Instagram: “These are COS-7 cells. The Apotome mode of ZEISS Elyra 7 uses structured illumination for fast optical sectioning of large fields of view -…”

763 Likes, 3 Comments - ZEISS Microscopy (@zeiss_microscopy) on Instagram: “These are COS-7 cells. The Apotome mode of ZEISS Elyra 7 uses structured illumination for fast…”

Moth Wing Scales Sem Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Eye of Science

Moth Wing Scales Sem by Eye of Science

Moth wing scales. Color enhanced scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of scales on the wing of a silk moth (Bombyx mori). All butterflies and moths have these transparent scales on their wings, which have tiny ridges on them. The ridges break up and reflect light, giving the wings their shimmering iridescent appearance. Magnification x300 when printed at 10 centimeters wide.

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Streptomyces coelicolor Source: Prokaryotic development (Assistant Professor Nora Ausmees), Dept. of Cell & Molecular Biology at the Uppsala University.

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scienceisbeauty: “ Streptomyces (Streptomyces coelicolor, record at Singer Institute) Source: Prokaryotic development (Assistant Professor Nora Ausmees), Dept. of Cell & Molecular Biology at the...

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Les Micrographies en Couleur de Pollen, de Graines et de Fruits de Rob Kesseler

L'artiste Rob Kesseler fusionne les disciplines de l'art et de la science dans sa série Canopée, qui explore de près les subtilités de la vie végéta

ZEISS Microscopy on Instagram: “These are COS-7 cells. The Apotome mode of ZEISS Elyra 7 uses structured illumination for fast optical sectioning of large fields of view -…”

763 Likes, 3 Comments - ZEISS Microscopy (@zeiss_microscopy) on Instagram: “These are COS-7 cells. The Apotome mode of ZEISS Elyra 7 uses structured illumination for fast…”

Antibody transforms stem cells directly into brain cells

In a serendipitous discovery, scientists have found a way to turn bone marrow stem cells directly into brain cells.

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Ces photos sont-elles microscopiques ou macroscopiques ?

SCIENCE - Vous pensiez distinguer facilement un élément microscopique d'un élément macroscopique? Face à cette série de photos, vous allez sans doute rapidement déchanter.Un géographe et un biologiste...

Concours Nikon Small World: les plus belles photos au microscope de 2012

Nikon vient de publier le palmarès de son concours annuel consacré aux meilleures photographies réalisées au microscope optique, Small World Photography. Voici le top 20.

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Moth Wing Scales Sem Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Eye of Science

Moth Wing Scales Sem by Eye of Science

Moth wing scales. Color enhanced scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of scales on the wing of a silk moth (Bombyx mori). All butterflies and moths have these transparent scales on their wings, which have tiny ridges on them. The ridges break up and reflect light, giving the wings their shimmering iridescent appearance. Magnification x300 when printed at 10 centimeters wide.

Streptomyces coelicolor Source: Prokaryotic development (Assistant Professor Nora Ausmees), Dept. of Cell & Molecular Biology at the Uppsala University.

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scienceisbeauty: “ Streptomyces (Streptomyces coelicolor, record at Singer Institute) Source: Prokaryotic development (Assistant Professor Nora Ausmees), Dept. of Cell & Molecular Biology at the...

Creepy crawlies up (very) close: Insects magnified up to a million times their size

Creepy crawlies up (very) close: Insects magnified up to a million times their size

Appearing to blow a raspberry at the camera, this dung fly is one of a bizarre identity parade of insect mugshots as you've never seen them before.

GRAND FORMAT. Zoom sur l'infiniment petit, en 15 photos

Voici quelques semaines, "Le Nouvel Observateur" consacrait un diaporama aux images de l'espace réalisées par la Nasa. Après l'infiniment grand, mettons le cap aujourd'hui sur l'infiniment petit. Par la magie des microscopes et des objectifs grossissants, les êtres qui nous sont minuscules ou invisibles révèlent leur nature colossale : un asticot devient gargantuesque, un grain de sel se transforme en monument, des cellules souches prennent l'apparence d'une toile abstraite. Ces images…

Super Small: Top 20 Microscope Photos of the Year

We're never disappointed with the photos from the Nikon Small World contest, and the top 20 judges picks contained in this gallery suggest that the photographers just keep getting better. This year's winners include images of a dinosaur bone, a microchip, a mouse nerve and HeLa cells.