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Theoretical flow of electrons in a two dimensional electron gas away from an electron source at the center. The same scattering that produces diffusion creates static branches of electron flow.  Image courtesy: Dr. Eric Heller, Harvard University.

Theoretical flow of electrons in a two dimensional electron gas away from an electron source at the center. The same scattering that produces diffusion creates static branches of electron flow.

Miqel: Fractal Art Gallery - Generated in Fraxplorer

Miqel: Fractal Art Gallery - Generated in Fraxplorer art zentangle science all

Todd Johnson uses a particle accelerator to create works of art by sending pieces of acrylic through a bombardment of electron beams.

Thomas Ruff, neg◊pro_06, 2015, chromogenic print. Courtesy of David Zwirner, New York/London.

Tracks of electrons and positrons (anti-electrons), moving left to right through hydrogen neon bubble chamber. Taken at CERN. OMG i want to get tracks tattooed on me

Board Application for "Microbiology." Need people knowledgeable and interested in the subject to keep the posts on point. Here is the link to get the idea of what I expect by reading the description and post examples:  http://pinterest.com/stellardiana/microbiology/    This image: A scanning electron microscopic image of HIV. The glycoprotein complex on its surface enables the virus to attach to and fuse with target cells to initiate the infectious cycle.

A scanning electron microscopic image of HIV. The glycoprotein complex on its surface enables the virus to attach to and fuse with target cells to initiate the infectious cycle. How Nano Sized Colloidal Silver Kills Bacteria:)

Turing Pattern - Reaction diffusion-like pattern produced using sharpen and blur

A complex pattern created from simple rules. Turing Pattern - Reaction diffusion-like pattern produced using sharpen and blur

Soon you'll be backing up your hard drive using DNA: "In 2011 we had  * 10^21 bytes of information stored and replicated" explains Sriram Kosuri, a Harvard geneticist, in an email to io9. "By 2020 it will be 50 times that. That's an astounding number; and doesn't include a much larger set of data that's thrown away (video feeds)." At theoretical maximum, one gram of single stranded genetic code can encode 455 exabytes of information. That's almost half a billion terabytes, or  * 10^11 ...

Soon you'll be backing up your hard drive using DNA

Ant's antenna. Sensory hairs on the antenna of a heathland ant.

Sensory hairs on the antenna of a heathland ant.

Butterfly wing scale, SEM

Butterfly wing scale, SEM

Jul 2014 - Scanning electron micrograph of HIV-1

Researchers Find New Way to Kick Out HIV From Infected Cells

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