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Picture of Radiolarian, Microscopic Nature,structures, protozoa, protozoan closeup plant life , Radiolaria microscope, Mikroskop

Amazing close-up of a butterfly egg by filmmaker Louie Schwartzberg. Look at that pattern!

Bibliothèque nationale de France, Département des manuscrits, Latin 16169, details of f. 134. Albertus Magnus, De animalibus. 14th century

An infected human cell ruptures, releasing a stream of new viruses (blue) into the system.

Tesla Alternating Motor. Patented February 25, 1896.

Your beautiful eyes by Suren Manvelyan

Human Immunodeficiency Virus

Human Immunodeficiency Virus

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Vorticella. I love these little bells that live in the water. Often attached to seaweed.

Human embryo at day four | Image Editor Scanning electron micrograph of a human embryo at day 4. The protein coat surrounding the egg (zona pellucida, gold) has been slit to expose the embryonic cells inside (red). These cells go on to form the embryo and can be harvested and cultured to give rise to embryonic stem (ES) cells. Microvilli are visible on the surface of the embryonic cells (blastomeres) and numerous sperm (blue) are still visible on the outside of the zona pellucida.

Ebola virus electron micrograph deconstruction

The 16 Best Science Visualizations of 2011 | Science | WIRED

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salt and pepper in Scanning Electron Microscope

BBC News | In pictures | Visions of Science

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Open trap of aquatic carnivorous plant. (Humped Bladderwort Utricularia Gibba with single-cell organisms inside) - Magnified 100X

Pilobolus sp. The fastest organism on earth. The spore is called Pilobolus which accelerates 0-45 mph in the first millimeter of flight.

spore #microscopic

Your Pillow: A Hot Bed of Fungal Spores

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Plague Doctor Masks By Geahk Burchill

Bell, Alexander Graham- early 1900's

Bell, Alexander Graham

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In 1961, Leonid Rogozov, 27, was the only surgeon in the Soviet Antarctic Expedition. During the expedition, he felt severe pain in the stomach and had a high fever. Rogozov examined himself and discovered that his appendix was inflamed and could burst at any time. With a local anesthesia, he operated himself to remove the appendix. An engineer and a meteorologist assisted surgery.

Russian Surgeon who did his own Surgery - Brave Act

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"The mathematician and philosopher Hypatia of Alexandria was the daughter of the mathematician Theon Alexandricus (ca. 335–405) [the] last librarian of the Library of Alexandria...Around AD 400, she became head of the Platonist school at Alexandria...she taught philosophy and astronomy...the pupils included pagans, Christians, and foreigners...She was murdered by a Christian mob after being accused of witchcraft and godlessness and of causing religious turmoil." Also she's my hero.

Fertilisation. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a sperm (blue) attempting to penetrate a human egg (orange).

grains of sand magnified 250x

Grains of Sand Magnified

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Muscle fibre, SEM

butterfly eggs as seen under an electron microscope

TYWKIWDBI ("Tai-Wiki-Widbee"): Butterfly eggs

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A-star: Random but beautiful....

The bioluminescent, Pyrocystis lunula is a crescent or half-moon shaped dinoflagellate species that belongs to the oceanic plankton of tropical and subtropical seas. It is a single-celled alga (round nucleus) and reproduces asexually.

Paramecium - electron micrograph