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fuckyeahnerdyjokes:

It’s sadder because it’s true.

fuckyeahnerdyjokes:

It’s sadder because it’s true.

mucholderthen:

Baby Squid Photography
by Jeannot Kuenzel - Malta

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Posted on Flickr March 29 and 31, 2014

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EGGS of Loligo vulgaris: the European squid, a large squid belonging to the family Loliginidae.

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Two stages of the development of a [European squid] are visible in the picture. These eggs are about 3mm in diameter; when the little squid inside has used up all the nutrients (all the yolk that is attached to it), it plops its suckers to the inside of the diaphragm and releases enzymes that will aid opening the shell, pushing through the opening - and a tiny new ALIEN of the DEEP is born :]

Notice the CHROMATOPHORES already embedded in its skin and the tiny little SIPHON… BTW, the SQUID on the left is actually laying on its back…

Original Tumblr post from biovisual

monstarnz:

Gram Stain.

Normal Vaginal Flora.
The purple long bacteria are Lactobacilli which make up most of the normal vaginal flora.
The large darker pink blobs are the nucleus of epithelial cells surrounded by the lighter pink cytoplasm.

monstarnz:

Gram Stain.

Normal Vaginal Flora.

The purple long bacteria are Lactobacilli which make up most of the normal vaginal flora.

The large darker pink blobs are the nucleus of epithelial cells surrounded by the lighter pink cytoplasm.

ironicbonding:

Digital Version of a previous comic!

ironicbonding:

Digital Version of a previous comic!

admiralpotato:

Bio-Lab - Embryo Injector
High Quality version here: http://imgur.com/gallery/loYjQF2/
The other day, I was reading a press release titled “UEA researchers discover Achilles’ heel in antibiotic-resistant bacteria" - but before I could even read the words in the article, the Eye Candy at the top of the page leapt out and VIOLENTLY ATTACKED ME WITH INSPIRATION! I was like "OH NO! MY OTHER PLANS FOR TONIGHT! THEY HAVE JUST DIED BECAUSE NOW I HAVE TO MAKE A GIF!!!" and then the modeling and animation for this design happened in about 3 hours. So I set it up to render at 3AM before going to bed. It was still rendering the next morning, so I went in to work, knowing that it would be done when I got home. Then I got home from work and realized that the output had flaws. So I was like "NOOOOOOOO~!". Then I fixed those issues in about 2 hours and rendered it again last night starting at 1.75AM, and it finished this morning before I had to leave for work.
I don’t know who took that photograph, but I want to tell them: “Thank you for violently attacking TWO NIGHTS worth of my evening plans. They DIED. BECAUSE OF YOU AND YOUR BEAUTIFUL ART. But seriously. Your photography is Yes. How did you come up with the ideas for that lighting setup? It is beautiful.”
This GIF is one in a set named “Bio-Lab" - and I hope to find - not the time, but the right inspiration - to make a few more of these, because this one is hella shiny and I’m totally down for that.

admiralpotato:

Bio-Lab - Embryo Injector

High Quality version here: http://imgur.com/gallery/loYjQF2/

The other day, I was reading a press release titled “UEA researchers discover Achilles’ heel in antibiotic-resistant bacteria" - but before I could even read the words in the article, the Eye Candy at the top of the page leapt out and VIOLENTLY ATTACKED ME WITH INSPIRATION! I was like "OH NO! MY OTHER PLANS FOR TONIGHT! THEY HAVE JUST DIED BECAUSE NOW I HAVE TO MAKE A GIF!!!" and then the modeling and animation for this design happened in about 3 hours. So I set it up to render at 3AM before going to bed. It was still rendering the next morning, so I went in to work, knowing that it would be done when I got home. Then I got home from work and realized that the output had flaws. So I was like "NOOOOOOOO~!". Then I fixed those issues in about 2 hours and rendered it again last night starting at 1.75AM, and it finished this morning before I had to leave for work.

I don’t know who took that photograph, but I want to tell them: “Thank you for violently attacking TWO NIGHTS worth of my evening plans. They DIED. BECAUSE OF YOU AND YOUR BEAUTIFUL ART. But seriously. Your photography is Yes. How did you come up with the ideas for that lighting setup? It is beautiful.”

This GIF is one in a set named “Bio-Lab" - and I hope to find - not the time, but the right inspiration - to make a few more of these, because this one is hella shiny and I’m totally down for that.

staceythinx:

Science-inspired necklaces from the Delftia Etsy store

Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey | Sisters Of The Sun + Colors.
TGIF!!!! 😸💃 #friday #tgif #yay #finally #end #weekend

TGIF!!!! 😸💃 #friday #tgif #yay #finally #end #weekend

doktorkwakwak:

Welcome BSMT freshies! :)

doktorkwakwak:

Just to give you an idea of how much fun we’re having as medtech students. :)

1. Rubber suckers! So yeah basically, one of the hardest lab practicals (for me), took me lots of practice and I ain’t even confident to face the jury, glad I did fine during the practical exam. Hihi

2. Hemolysis.'Hemolysed sample is a big no! no!' Sir Nat would say. Unlucky CC day for us, we were divided into five groups composed of 7 members. During our lab activity on AST/ALT Determination, our group was the last to perform because our blood samples kept on hemolysing after rimming off the lipid clot and I felt very exhausted because it’s a tiring job starting with veni all over again, plus I’m also getting tired of experiencing pain from veni, last time we had our lab work, I was hit 3 times, left and right median cubital and one cephalic vein. 

3. The Art of Blood Smear. Probably the most challenging, most tiring, and most frustrating. It took me lots of practice to achieve the 'not-too-thick-not-too-thin-blood-smear-with-feathery-edges.' I think it took me 2 boxes of glass slides before finally being happy with my blood smears.

4. Manual RBC Counting. The most hurting to the eyes, I guess. Using the hemocytometer, we have to count the number of RBCs present per field. The average counting ranges from 400-600 cells, using the formula, total RBC count ref range must fall between 4-6M cells.

I never knew that it could be this challenging and tiring, but eitherway, I am obviously having fun. :)

Forever studying. Life of a #medtech

Forever studying. Life of a #medtech