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Close-up image of a grain of salt from a laboratory study of the salts that form on jet turbines in midflight. Hollie Rosier, Swansea University

scinerds: Intricate Salt Grain A grain of salt took first prize in Swansea University’s 2012 Research as Art competition. This close-up look came from a laboratory study of the salts that form on jet turbines in midflight.

Close-up image of a grain of salt from a laboratory study of the salts that form on jet turbines in midflight. Hollie Rosier, Swansea University

Research as Art: A Gallery of Scientific Beauty

scinerds: Intricate Salt Grain A grain of salt took first prize in Swansea University’s 2012 Research as Art competition. This close-up look came from a laboratory study of the salts that form on jet turbines in midflight.

A scanning electron microscope picture of a nerve ending. It has been broken open to reveal vesicles (orange and blue) containing chemicals used to pass messages in the nervous system.

frontal-cortex: Scanning electron microscope picture of a nerve ending that has been broken open to reveal the synaptic vesicles beneath the cell membrane. Image by Tina Carvalho. The Cell: An Image Library

Margie's Journal: Parkinson's Information: Parkinson's stem cell therapy works in rats

Dompaminergic neurons derived from human embryonic stem cells - Photo: Jeannie Liu in the lab of Jan Nolta at the University of California, California Institute for Regenerative Medicine via Paraphyletic

Scientists discover key process that allows colon cancer to metastasize

A team of 17 researchers, led by scientists Eduard Batlle and Elena Sancho in the Colorectal Cancer Laboratory at the Institute for Research in Biomedicine (IRB Barcelona), have determined that the ability of colon cancer .

Close up of chalk. Why is it under critters? Chalk is actually composed of tiny white spheres that are the aggregation of the ancient skeletons of phytoplankton algae. Those skeletons are compacted together by water and time to create the substance we know from elementary school, but the spheres are clearly visible under a high-powered microscope.

Emiliania huxleyi - single-celled marine phytoplankton that produce calcium carbonate scales (coccoliths). A scanning electron micrograph of a single coccolithophore cell. Taylor (University of North Carolina Wilmington Microscopy Facility)

Actin (purple), microtubules (yellow), and nuclei (green) are labeled in these cells by immunofluorescence. This image won first place in the Nikon 2003 Small World photo competition.

Magnificent Microphotography: 50 Tiny Wonders

A microscopic photograph of a neuron. Filamentous actin and microtubules (structural proteins) in mouse fibroblasts (cells) Fluorescence. / Torsten Wittmann, The Scripps Research Institute. Courtesy of Nikon Small World.

Blood Clot Formation, Showing Trapped Red Blood Cells or Erythrocytes in Fibrin Photographic Print by Robert Caughey at Art.com

Blood Clot Formation, Showing Trapped Red Blood Cells or Erythrocytes in Fibrin

Blood Clot Formation: Trapped Red Blood Cells (Erythrocytes) in Fibrin. I think this is really striking

Microscopic HUMAN egg. Color-enhanced. "The egg is coated with the zone pellicuda, a glycoprotein that protects the egg but also helps to trap and bind sperm. Two coronal cells are attached to the zone pellicuda."

This image is of a colour-enhanced human egg sitting on a pin. The egg is coated with the zona pellucida, a glycoprotein that protects the egg but also helps to trap and bind sperm. Two coronal cells are attached to the zona pellicuda

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