Fou virus, avec ses gigantesques spicules.

Battle of the killer bugs: The lab where viruses aren't just welcome - they're breeding them

Swine flue is caused by various swine viruses and also known as novel influenza A Every year many people suffer with swine flu.

virus

LOOK: Under The Microscope, Deadly Viruses Look Absolutely Stunning

Jonathan B. Thomas received his B.S. in Biology from Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem North Carolina in 1995. He then continued his education and received a Masters Degree from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville in Fine Arts/ Printmaking 2004.irs

Jonathan Thomas 2006 Fellow in Visual Arts Miami-Dade County, Florida Party Dress intaglio 12 x 14 inches 2004

Neuroscience Art: Greg Dunns Neurons Painted In Japanese Sumi-e Style (PHOTOS, INTERVIEW)

Neuroscience Meets Ancient Japanese Scrolls

Virus géant.

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

Structure of the newly described Espirito Santo virus (ESV) by cryo-electron microscopy.

Structure of the newly described Espirito Santo virus (ESV) by cryo-electron microscopy.

Greg Dunn

Neuroscience Meets Ancient Japanese Scrolls

Greg Dunn hippocampus II

Neuroscience Meets Ancient Japanese Scrolls

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

Hans Haacke, "Condensation Cube" This would probably make a great art education lesson about the fusion of contemporary art and natural processes/biology.

Hans Haacke - Condensation Cube "A hermetically sealed, clear acrylic plexiglass box. Condensation collects against the inner sur.

Rosane Volchan O’Conor, Dois mil e dose linhas e pontos, 2011 (Screen Print / Edition of 50). "My art is organic. I am influenced by both music and biology. My installations are a three dimensional rendition of my narrative paper monoprints in which I visualize the idea of rhythm and most of all, the idea of polyphony; where each melodic line has an autonomous function but also synthesizes perfectly within the whole." To purchase: http://serieproject.org/?product=rosane-volchan-oconor

Dois mil e doze linhas e pontos, 2011 Screen Print Edition of 50 Click image to see detail of print.

Greg Dunn

Neuroscience Meets Ancient Japanese Scrolls

Beyond the Horizon: This painting, commissioned by the Society for Neuroscience in Washington, D., shows the developing cerebral cortex, at about week 15 of human gestation

Greg Dunn

Neuroscience Meets Ancient Japanese Scrolls

Form meets function: This image of the cellular lobe was painted using gold dye and enamel on aluminized panel; the cerebellum is the region of the brain required for movement and motor 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."

Sci-Fi Meets Art With Cabinet Of Post-Digital Curiosities

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."

Bacteria As Art

LOOK: Under The Microscope, Deadly Viruses Look Absolutely Stunning

Hypnotic Bacteria Cities Provide Lens Into Trippy, Hidden Universes

Heres Proof That Chemical Reactions Are Mind-Blowingly Beautiful

Here's Proof That Chemical Reactions Are Mind-Blowingly Beautiful

Metal displacement, precipitation, crystallization, and more: This is Beautiful Chemistry, a UltraHD short film project that aims to share how beautiful chemical reactions can be. From Tsinghua Uni

Heather Ackroyd and Dan Harveys Photographic Photosynthesis Grass Portraits (PHOTOS)

Artists Use Photosynthesis To Make Grass Portraits

Heather Ackroyd and Dan Harveys Photographic Photosynthesis Grass Portraits (PHOTOS)

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