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What lies beneath: Radiologist Kai-hung Fung uses a CT scan to capture this amazing image of the back of a human nose

What lies beneath: Radiologist Kai-hung Fung uses a CT scan to capture this amazing image of the back of a human nose

Volker Brinkmann image shows a scanning electronic recording of a white blood cell (in red), 'eating' tuberculosis bacteria (in green)

Volker Brinkmann image shows a scanning electronic recording of a white blood cell (in red), 'eating' tuberculosis bacteria (in green)

"Saw something launch into space today.  Not sure what it was but the cloud it left behind was pretty amazing", Astronaut Mike Hopkins. Actually, it was a test launch of Russian Topol missile. Astronaut Luca Parmitano commented: "An immense cloud (of debris) forms outside the atmosphere after the disintegration (of the missile)".

"Saw something launch into space today. Not sure what it was but the cloud it left behind was pretty amazing", Astronaut Mike Hopkins. Actually, it was a test launch of Russian Topol missile. Astronaut Luca Parmitano commented: "An immense cloud (of debris) forms outside the atmosphere after the disintegration (of the missile)".

Root of Arabidopsis thaliana with green fluorescent protein decorating cell membrane and red fluorescent protein marking nuclei. Fernan Federici from the Haseloff lab

Root of Arabidopsis thaliana with green fluorescent protein decorating cell membrane and red fluorescent protein marking nuclei. Fernan Federici from the Haseloff lab

Water being released from the Xiaolangdi dam to clear up the Yellow river to prevent localized flooding. Henan province, China, 2012

Water being released from the Xiaolangdi dam to clear up the Yellow river to prevent localized flooding. Henan province, China, 2012

Scientists have caught neutrinos turning from one type into another. The findings may help physicists understand an asymmetry in the early cosmos that allowed matter to beat out antimatter shortly after the big bang.

Scientists have caught neutrinos turning from one type into another. The findings may help physicists understand an asymmetry in the early cosmos that allowed matter to beat out antimatter shortly after the big bang.

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