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Kateryna Artyushkova
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Wang, a professor of biomedical engineering at Washington University in St. Louis, has created a camera that shoots at 100 billion frames a second, fast enough to freeze an object traveling at the speed of light.
Try to look inside the brain, and you're not going to get very far. But photoacoustic imaging may be a solution for the shortcomings of conventional imaging. It uses lasers to make the brain sing.
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a photoacoustic image at the speed of light ? ( Wings at the speed of sound, a LP )
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So much goodness! !!
They'll think that you went to Hogwarts.
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Who would expect this sort of damage from tornado? Graphic images in there, be warned. 
The most unexpected beneficiary of the EF-5 tornado that struck Joplin, Missouri, on May 22, 2011 was a fungus named Apophysomyces .
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What a journey! 200 out of millions arrive to the destination. 
A sperm’s journey from vagina to egg is only 15 centimeters long, but it’s a race with attrition.
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Basic flow and capillary action can easily take sperm from the anus to the vagina if one is not careful. I'm sure I've heard tell of sperm swimming through hot tub water, although controlled experiments are difficult to find.
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“If debugging is the process of removing software bugs, then programming must be the process of putting them in.” Edsger Dijkstra
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Love it!!!!
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The pH scale is something we're all familiar with; most people will remember it from school chemistry lessons. It's the scale used to rank how strong an acid (or alkali) a solution is. The colours associated with each number correspond to the colour that universal indicator turns in solutions of that particular pH. A fair
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+Claudia Viguera works better if the OJ is at or near room temperature.
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Motion-controlled electron microscope takes stop-motion photos of the needle’s drag at a rate of 50 microns a second. 
thecreatorsproject: “Ever wondered what spinning vinyl looks like under a microscope? ”
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“You’re not overdue for an earthquake until you’re three standard deviations beyond the mean”—which, in the case of the full-margin Cascadia earthquake, means eight hundred years from now. (In the case of the “smaller” Cascadia earthquake, the magnitude 8.0 to 8.6 that would affect only the southern part of the zone, we’re currently one standard deviation beyond the mean.)
Unless you’re in the tsunami-inundation zone, you will almost certainly survive even the worst Cascadia earthquake. But the aftermath may be as devastating as that of the 2011 Tohoku, Japan, quake and tsunami, pictured here. Credit PHOTOGRAPH BY MIKE CLARKE / AFP / GETTY
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Pentaquark is a new particle! 
Scientists at the Large Hadron Collider have announced the discovery of a new particle called the pentaquark.
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Just read it on my BBC feed, fantastic!!!
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Unreal
 
Ocean life looks unreal in this time-lapsed and hyper-focused video

It's rare that you get a close-up peek at the hidden wonders of the world. Especially when it's a glance at the multi-colored, pulsating creatures that live deep in the ocean's trenches.
Sandro Bocci, an Italian film and documentary maker who specializes in experimenting with filming nature, shot a hypnotic underwater time-lapse of some strange-looking, alien-like aquatic animals in a marine aquarium in San Benedetto del Tronto, Italy.

Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/beautiful-time-lapse-video-of-creatures-of-the-ocean-2015-7#ixzz3fbB7F7BZ
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"Although it seems plausible that sex could have beneficial effects on happiness, it is equally plausible that happiness affects sex"
In the first study of its kind, a team of scientists at Carnegie Mellon University have upended the common notion that having more sex will make you happier. In fact, more sex might even generate unhappiness, George Leowenstein, a professor of...
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Hm... It doesn't look like a study, but an experiment, and a flawed one: they told people to have more sex, thus turning it into a psychological chore. Authors even admit to it themselves, according to the BI article! Maybe actual paper provides more insights into methodology, but I'm not willing to pay Elsevier $41.95 to find out.
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How lovely!

Via +Marjolein Caniels​
Jordan-based illustrator Shamekh Al-Bluwi has found a brilliant way to combine his passion for fashion and architecture into a series of cleverly crafted illustrations. Like many of his contemporaries, the visual artist sketches his fashion illustrations on paper; however, he completes his drawings by meticulously cutting out the form of the outfits he's just outlined. This simple process turns the silhouette of each illustrated garment into a wi...
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Brilliant 
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Analytical chemists by training... god knows who by experience. Research professor at Chem & Nucl Eng department at UNM. Doing material characterization and statistical data analysis for energy technologies, fuel cells, electrocatalysts, biocatalysis, etc...

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2 miracle kids, beautiful husband,originally from Ukraine, in love with numbers
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    Chemistry, 1997 - 2001
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