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This microscope, made by Christopher Cock in London in 1665, was used by Robert Hooke of the Royal Society. Hooke is the author of “Micrographia” and was the first person to apply the word “cell” to microscopic structures. (M-030.00276, Photo courtesy of the National Museum Health and Medicine)

T4 bacteriophage via electron microscope.

Golgi apparatus in a cell.

Darwin’s first sketch of the tree of life from one origin

Congratulations to Robert J. Lefkowitz and Brian K. Kobilka for winning the 2012 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for their work with G-protein-receptor proteins!


On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection by Charles Darwin

Fathers of Biology by Charles McRae

Yeast used during the mutagenesis process.

Alexander Fleming Aug 1881-Mar 1945, born in Scoland, is the discoverer of penicillin in 1928. It was finally tested, purified and in use in 1939. Penicillin changed the course of medicine. Fleming was knighted in 1944 and given the Nobel Prize in 1945.

This circle represents the Escherichia coli chromosome with 1,931 mutations. Blue lines represent base-pair substitutions and green lines represent the gain or loss of between one and four nucleotides. Credit: Andrew J. Hanson, School of Informatics and Computing, Indiana University

The most fun I ever had in a lab...solid sodium..still have the scars

The antibiotic resistance.

The First Cells .....

Erwin Schrodinger will kill you like a cat in a box. Maybe. #science

Darwinism. Cleaning up the gene pool one idiot at a time.

Charlie Darwin!

so that's how DNA is replicated