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WOW, truly fascinating #microbiology  
 
The wonder of electronic microscope... at the end, we can see the single bacteria. #microbiology  

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Fantastic book if you're looking for an introduction to bacteria!
 
Looking for a good introduction to bacteria for your Microbiology course? We highly recommend grabbing a copy of this book http://goo.gl/x4JW5
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WOW, absolutely stunning!
 
Truly breathtaking...

Squid membranes help to capture the moonlight

Hundreds of squid housed in the Bay of Toyoma, Japan. The membranes play an impressive role, capturing the moonlight and shining rays of blue flashing lights.

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Amazing neuroscience artwork
 
Neuroscience Art: Greg Dunn's Neurons Painted In Japanese Sumi-e Style http://goo.gl/qnjcB

Greg Dunn is a neuroscience PhD student at the University of Pennsylvania and an artist passionate about Japanese minimalist scrolls. While these interests may appear radically incongruous, Dunn's artwork suggests otherwise. The artist creates dazzling works of enamel, gold leaf and ink inspired by science.

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Fascinating bacteria!
 
Morning Glory Pool is a hot spring in the Upper Geyser Basin of Yellowstone National Park in the United States http://goo.gl/8MYsn

Temperature 171.6°F Dimensions 23x26.6 feet. Depth 23 feet. A deep, funnel-shaped pool with a dark blue center. The resemblance to the corolla and color of a morning glory is responsible for its name in the early 1880s. It has been a popular thermal feature and a symbol of Yellowstone. The early stagecoach and automobile road came within a few feet of this pool until 1971 when the road was rerouted.

Early visitors carelessly removed the delicate scalloped border and dumped debris into the pool. In 1950 the water level was lowered by siphoning which induced the pool to erupt. Socks, bath towels, 76 handkerchiefs, $86.27 in pennies, $8.10 in other coins came up; in all, 112 different objects were removed from Morning Glory. The debris had reduced the flow of water and contributed to the decline in temperature, causing bacteria to grow in the cooler yellow and orange edges of the pool.

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From Goldilocks and the three cross county skiers, This pot is too hot! That line was from 1981 doing x-country ski trips in Yellowstone one weekend.
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Looks stunning under 100X! Thanks for sharing.
 
Pulex irritans human flea male 100X mag darkfield #microscopy  

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I know the "irritans" part at first hand, or I should say, at first ankle.
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Shocking to see so many US states affected by the fungal meningitis outbreak
 
A map of the states affected by the multistate fungal meningitis outbreak http://goo.gl/hNPPX 

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Great page if you're looking for good Forensic Science content. +Forensic Science , really enjoy reading some of the local stories.
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Great post on why we get 'brain freeze' when eating something cold like ice cream
 
Why Do We Get Brain Freeze? AKA Sphenopalatine Ganglioneuralgia http://goo.gl/jrDha

Have you ever wondered why you get "brain freeze" when you eat something cold such as ice cream or a milkshake? That sudden pain in your forehead is known in medicine as sphenopalatine ganglioneuralgia.

It is caused by having something cold touch the roof of the mouth (palate), or the total immersion in water that is generally below 15°C (or 10°C or even 5°C for some acclimated open water swimmers).

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Weird, I can't recall ever experiencing that...
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Great article on stem cells
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Fantastic Neuroscience article on human intelligence
 
How Social Interaction and Teamwork Led to Human Intelligence http://goo.gl/VsL0o

Scientists have discovered proof that the evolution of intelligence and larger brain sizes can be driven by cooperation and teamwork, shedding new light on the origins of what it means to be human. The study appears online in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B and was led by scientists at Trinity College Dublin: PhD student, Luke McNally and Assistant Professor Dr Andrew Jackson at the School of Natural Sciences in collaboration with Dr Sam Brown of the University of Edinburgh.

The researchers constructed computer models of artificial organisms, endowed with artificial brains, which played each other in classic games, such as the 'Prisoner's Dilemma', that encapsulate human social interaction. They used 50 simple brains, each with up to 10 internal processing and 10 associated memory nodes. The brains were pitted against each other in these classic games.

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incredible and great.....
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