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Richard Wheeler
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Pebbling in colour
The Pebble Time is finally out! This fantastically simple, yet massively functional, little smartwatch is now shipping to the  Kickstarter  backers who pledged their renewed support to the company that produced the original Pebble . I've been lucky enough t...
The Pebble Time is finally out! This fantastically simple, yet massively functional, little smartwatch is now shipping to the Kickstarter backers who pledged their renewed support to the company that produced the original Peb...
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Solar Eclipse
[Obligatory partial solar eclipse post, as seen from Dresden, Germany]
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Smooth Videos - AKA Correcting NASA
What makes a video look smooth? Your eye is extremely sensitive to problems with videos, and for any video to look smooth it has to have: A high frame rate A steady camera Roughly even brightness each frame Normally these are easy to get. Any modern camera ...
What makes a video look smooth? Your eye is extremely sensitive to problems with videos, and for any video to look smooth it has to have: A high frame rate A steady camera Roughly even brightness each frame Normally these a...
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Trypanosome Lego
Trypanosomes and Leishmania are the two tropical parasites that I do most of my research on. These cells seem to have a lot of modularity in controlling their shape, and have quite a lot of flexibility in reshuffling where particular structures (made up of ...
Trypanosomes and Leishmania are the two tropical parasites that I do most of my research on. These cells seem to have a lot of modularity in controlling their shape, and have quite a lot of flexibility in reshuffling where pa...
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No, but I can send them to you! What is the best way to?

I think the 3D printing tolerance will be too low for the lego-style joins to work; but it would be quite easy to change them to a post/clip style joiner.
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My visit to Julius Lukes' parasitology lab in Ceske Budějovice.
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This one goes out to the cilia biologists...
Have no idea what this is about? Try reading about cilia and hedgehogs ...
Have no idea what this is about? Try reading about cilia and hedgehogs...
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Light-Years of DNA
Light-year, and DNA. Not two scientific terms you expect to see on the same page, but over your lifetime your body will produce around one light-year of DNA! That is about one trillion kilometres. Don't believe me? Let's do some maths: Every cell in your bo...
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Tengwar - Transliterating Font
This blog post is about a Tengwar font I designed. It automatically converts text as you type into accurate Elvish script. You can download it for free here .  Just make sure you enable ligatures, contextual alternates and kerning for best results! While wr...
This blog post is about a Tengwar font I designed. It automatically converts text as you type into accurate Elvish script. You can download it for free here.  Just make sure you enable ligatures, contextual alternates and ker...
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Forgotten Futures - New York
What if cities looked like this? The 1920s view of cities of the future was glorious; huge buildings towering into the sky, multi-layer roads, rail and pavements, airships and aircraft, and the bold geometry of art deco. Sadly this world never came into exi...
What if cities looked like this? The 1920s view of cities of the future was glorious; huge buildings towering into the sky, multi-layer roads, rail and pavements, airships and aircraft, and the bold geometry of art deco. Sadl...
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The Christmas market in Dresden! 
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3D Wood Grain
Using a block of wood and a plane Keith Skretch made something amazing. He snapped a picture of the wood, then planed a thin layer off, snapped another picture, planed another layer off, and repeated this hundreds of times. In the resulting timelapse/stop m...
Using a block of wood and a plane Keith Skretch made something amazing. He snapped a picture of the wood, then planed a thin layer off, snapped another picture, planed another layer off, and repeated this hundreds of times. I...
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Oxford, UK
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Reading, UK - Cambridge, UK
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I am a scientist with a keen interest in scripting, illustration, photography and open source software. If you want to find out more about me, my science and my other work the best place to check is my website.
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  • University of Oxford
    Infection, Immunology and Translational Medicine, 2008 - present
  • University of Cambridge
    Natural Sciences, 2004 - 2008
  • Reading School
    1999 - 2004
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A quality Oxford pub, but with more of a local village feel. Good range of beers and food, for reasonable prices (at least by Oxford standards). Around the major meal times the kitchen is staffed by a quality chef and his food is excellent. Certainly one of the best burgers in Oxford!
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