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visual-poetry:

by meg hitchcock (+)

some of her work is currently exhibited at the town hall gallery in hawthorn

my-mind-hey-hey:

World can be colorful


Snow mass by (Nicolas Maillot)

Snow mass by ()

visual-poetry:

by darren saravis

kinpunshou:

so this morning i was playing with the slow-mo mode on my phone, hoping to get a majestic vid of a bumblebee taking off
but instead i found this dumbfuck

kinpunshou:

so this morning i was playing with the slow-mo mode on my phone, hoping to get a majestic vid of a bumblebee taking off

but instead i found this dumbfuck

baldcatswearingclothes:

"Let us always meet each other with smile, for the smile is the beginning of love."
Mother Teresa

baldcatswearingclothes:

"Let us always meet each other with smile, for the smile is the beginning of love."

Mother Teresa

science-junkie:

3D Printed Organ : Vascular Networks Achieved
… Every cell within a human organ, such as the liver, kidney or heart are within a hair’s width of a blood supply.  This is an incredibly complex setup, one which up until now, researchers have found to be a nightmare to overcome when dealing with bioprinting. Without an adequate vascular network, the cells would be starved of oxygen, as well as a means to excrete waste, causing them to die and making the printed organs worthless.Scientists from the Universities of Sydney, Harvard, Stanford and MIT have been working together to overcome these mountainous hurdles. Today, the University of Sydney made a groundbreaking announcement. The team of scientists from all four universities have figured out a technique, making such vascularisation possible within the 3D bioprinting process…
Source: 3dprint.com

science-junkie:

3D Printed Organ : Vascular Networks Achieved

… Every cell within a human organ, such as the liver, kidney or heart are within a hair’s width of a blood supply.  This is an incredibly complex setup, one which up until now, researchers have found to be a nightmare to overcome when dealing with bioprinting. Without an adequate vascular network, the cells would be starved of oxygen, as well as a means to excrete waste, causing them to die and making the printed organs worthless.

Scientists from the Universities of Sydney, Harvard, Stanford and MIT have been working together to overcome these mountainous hurdles. Today, the University of Sydney made a groundbreaking announcement. The team of scientists from all four universities have figured out a technique, making such vascularisation possible within the 3D bioprinting process…

Source: 3dprint.com


Silent Films

Silent Films

(Source: blackoutraven)

amnhnyc:

Knowledge about plants that can cure or harm has been prized, and feared, for hundreds of years. In this enchanted book, you’ll find out which poisons are produced by which plants, and flip the pages to reveal history and folklore. 
Read the Enchanted Book now, and come see The Power of Poison before it closes August 10!

amnhnyc:

Knowledge about plants that can cure or harm has been prized, and feared, for hundreds of years. In this enchanted book, you’ll find out which poisons are produced by which plants, and flip the pages to reveal history and folklore. 

Read the Enchanted Book now, and come see The Power of Poison before it closes August 10!

arqsa:

 The dark halfby Hossein Zare

arqsa:

 The dark half
by Hossein Zare

ewok-gia:

Finnish soldiers showing off the skin they found of a cannibalized Russian soldier.

ewok-gia:

Finnish soldiers showing off the skin they found of a cannibalized Russian soldier.