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The lime green lines are a capillary in the human lung which is full of red blood cells in orange. The dark blue spaces are air sacs. Amazing.

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Nanoscopic Cliffs  In this electron micrograph, which won a “people’s choice” award in photography, ultra-thin layers of a titanium compound make a convincing canyon-like cliff overhang.    When dunked in hydrofluoric acid, a compound known as Ti3AlC2 loses its aluminum to form five-atom-thick layers of Ti3C2. The result is a nearly two-dimensional compound that researchers call “MXene.”

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A nanostructured material photographed under an electron microscope. By Babak Anasori, Michael Naguib, Yury Gogotsi, and Michel W. Barsoum of Drexel University.

A view of human skin at 40-times magnification. Image by Irmgard Fischer, University of Vienna.

2005 Small World, Image of Distinction - Irmgard Fischer University Vienna - Vienna, Austria Specimen: Human skin Technique: Brightfield

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Yep I have the blue scalera and brown eyes. Quite pretty actually! We are porcelain beautys!

Ciliated and nonciliated Clara cells lining the bronchiole of the respiratory tract. SEM X1245

Ciliated and nonciliated Clara cells lining the bronchiole of the respiratory tract. SEM **On Page Credit Required**

A colorized transmission electron micrograph picture of the Ebola virus...this is my favorite virus.

Ebola virus causes a deadly disease that we still have no vaccine or treatment for. There is currently an outbreak of Ebola occurring in Guinea in Wester

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