Timelapse of phytoplankton bloom from space

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Fidgeting of Opechona sp. (fluke) larva via 10x (objective lens magnification) & differential interference contrast technique

Fidgeting of Opechona sp. (fluke) larva via 10x (goal lens zoom) & differential interference contrast technique Read more »

Nuclear divisions in fruit fly embryo

Nuclear divisions in fruit fly embryo Read more »

🔥 Giant monkey frog covers itself in a skin secretion to prevent drying out in the sun

🔥 Giant monkey frog covers itself in a skin secretion to prevent drying out in the sun Read more »

Freshly cut meat spasming

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Eosinophils – a type of immune cell – swarm and destroy the larvae of a nematode worm.

Eosinophils – a type of immune cell – swarm and destroy the larvae of a nematode worm. Read more »

A single-celled organism dying

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How hibernators could help humans treat illness, conserve energy and get to Mars

NewOrleans (October27, 2018)–Researchers will collect today to talk about the capacity for hibernation and the associated procedure, torpor, to help human health in spaceflight at the American Physiological Society’s... Read more »

First ever set of Same-Sex parents for.. a Mouse?!

For the very first time, scientists have actually developed mice with 2 moms! No male added to the rodents’ hereditary makeup. This uncommon recreation occurred in a laboratory where... Read more »

Unveiling the mechanism protecting replicated DNA from degradation

IMAGE: EM images reveal areas of single-stranded DNA (ssDNA) being produced rather of double-stranded DNA (dsDNA) in the lack of AND-1. see more Credit: Takuya Abe Researchersfrom Tokyo Metropolitan... Read more »