Grains of pollen come in all shapes and sizes. The large object in the centre of this image is pumpkin pollen; the tiny speck just below and to the right of it is forget-me-not pollen Picture: MICRONAUT / CATERS

Hayfever sufferers, know your enemy: Scanning Electron Microscope pictures of grains of pollen

Grains of pollen come in all shapes and sizes. The large object in the centre of this image is pumpkin pollen; the tiny speck just below and to the right of it is forget-me-not pollen Picture: MICRONAUT / CATERS

The soil under your feet hosts the world’s next clean, sustainable source of energy. Geobacter sp. and Shewanella sp., soil bacteria, “poop” electricity. Actually, their “waste products” are electrons, hydrogen, and carbon dioxide that can be captured in a Microbial Fuel Cell turning microbial “poop” into electricity. Capture the Waste! When any organisms breaks down food, it releases the energy stored in that food in the form of electrons. With most organisms, from mammals to microbes, the…

The soil under your feet hosts the world’s next clean, sustainable source of energy. Geobacter sp. and Shewanella sp., soil bacteria, “poop” electricity. Actually, their “waste products” are electrons, hydrogen, and carbon dioxide that can be captured in a Microbial Fuel Cell turning microbial “poop” into electricity. Capture the Waste! When any organisms breaks down food, it releases the energy stored in that food in the form of electrons. With most organisms, from mammals to microbes, the…

The First Image Ever of a Hydrogen Atoms Orbital Structure What you’re looking at is the first direct observation of an atom’s electron orbital — an atoms actual wave function! To capture the image, researchers utilized a new quantum microscope — an incredible new device that literally allows scientists to gaze into the quantum realm.

The First Image Ever of a Hydrogen Atom's Orbital Structure

The First Image Ever of a Hydrogen Atoms Orbital Structure What you’re looking at is the first direct observation of an atom’s electron orbital — an atoms actual wave function! To capture the image, researchers utilized a new quantum microscope — an incredible new device that literally allows scientists to gaze into the quantum realm.

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U.K. artist Rob Kesseler used an electron scanning microscope to capture this image of a seed from a thistle of the Centaurea genus.

The Wondrous Beauty Of Microscopic Plant Seeds

U.K. artist Rob Kesseler used an electron scanning microscope to capture this image of a seed from a thistle of the Centaurea genus.

Amazing Atoms - The world is made up of these tiny things called atoms. These intricate earrings capture their essence literally yet beautifully with the electrons existing in a cloud orbiting the nucleus.   Material: 925 Sterling Silver Plating: The electron beads on the orbit and the nucleus ball inside are plated with black rhodium while the rest is pated with white rhodium to bring out the contrast

Amazing Atoms - The world is made up of these tiny things called atoms. These intricate earrings capture their essence literally yet beautifully with the electrons existing in a cloud orbiting the nucleus. Material: 925 Sterling Silver Plating: The electron beads on the orbit and the nucleus ball inside are plated with black rhodium while the rest is pated with white rhodium to bring out the contrast

For this multidisciplinary installation project infusing visual art with natural science, San Francisco-based artist Klari Reis used petri dishes and reflective epoxy polymer to capture electron microscopic images of the natural (and unnatural) cellular reactions that take place in nature.

For this multidisciplinary installation project infusing visual art with natural science, San Francisco-based artist Klari Reis used petri dishes and reflective epoxy polymer to capture electron microscopic images of the natural (and unnatural) cellular reactions that take place in nature.

Stunning images of snowflakes under a (frozen) microscope

Stunning images of snowflakes under a (frozen) microscope [20 pictures]

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