Human bone under Scanning Electron Microscope

Human Bone Under Scanning Electron Microscope : Low power SEM images, showing normal bone architecture in the third lumbar vertebra of a 30 year old woman

Cell cross-section under a microscope

microscopic plant cells closeup of embroidery Framed embroidery xoxo Nat

Amazing! Colorized scanning electron micrograph of malaria (Plasmodium yoelii nigeriensis) oocysts ( thick-walled structure in which sporozoan zygotes develop) developing on the midgut wall of the mosquito Anopheles. Credit: Hilary Hurd, Wellcome Images

Oocysts of the parasite that causes rodent malaria, Plasmodium yoelii nigeriensis developing on the midgut wall of the mosquito Anopheles stephensi.

Day #4: Something that screams CREATIVITY. I love these petri dish works by Klari Reis, she mimics electron microscope images of natural and unnatural cellular reactions using reflective epoxy polymer. I'm fascinated by the concept and creativity that inspired it

petri dish works by Klari Reis, she mimics electron microscope images of natural and unnatural cellular reactions using reflective epoxy polymer.

Beautiful, Colorful Art Painted With ‘Bacteria’ On Petri Dishes |  Klari Reis

Klari Reis Creates an Explosively Colorful Abstract Painting Inside a Petri Dish Each Day with Fungi and BACTERIA and aspirin?

Bath School of Art and Design

white - ceramic - Bath School of Art and Design

The Textured Self, a project by multidisciplinary designer Sonja Bäumel, takes the bacteria membrane from individual skin and the surrounding environment, and turns it into a hand-knitted and crocheted silhouette.

Sonja Baumel - Textured-Self - Invisible membrane. I think your work is really interesting, I love her research about a new way off communicating.

The Textured Self by Sonja Bäumel uses bacteria to demonstrate how different forms of life work together to make the human body function.

knitting bacteria consider fiber art and wall hangings - Sonja Bäumel


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