Giant viruses should be included reconstructions of the tree of life, researchers report in a new study. The mimivirus, shown here (small black hexagons) infecting an amoeba, is as big as some bacterial cells and shares some ancient protein str
Artist and neuroscientist Greg Dunn has painted a series of images of the brain; this one is called Hippocampus II, which depicts a cross section of the rodent hippocampus, a brain region utilized in learning and memory
For Jorge Ayala of [Ay]A Studios, architecture has shifted from executing large-scale commercial projects to investigating the essence of how digitally constructed pieces can inform and enmesh with the biology of much smaller items. As a clothing designer he creates pieces that investigate the role that clothes themselves play on the human form – as he puts it, "trying to understand the economies of the body itself and also its relation to space."
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