design inspiration for university and personal work

hey there followers

apologies for allowing this blog to become inactive. finished the semester at university and i’m currently just saving my inspiration to a massive folder on my desktop. will maybe commence posting again in the future!

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a-amyk:

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epic4chan:

super great:

fossilized unicorn poop  画



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dethpsun:

Sergium 


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llbwwb:

Bubbles (via Smashing Picture)


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magnified-world:

Doxycycline, a broad spectrum antibiotic, dissolved in water and coated with gold at 55x magnification.  10th place in the 1979 Nikon Small World Competition.


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magnified-world:

A tapeworm found in carnivores at 50x magnification.  13th place in the 1977 Nikon Small World Competition


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biocanvas:

The brain of a three-day-old zebrafish, showing an interconnected neuronal network.
Image by Michael Hendricks, National University of Singapore.


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cwnl:

Vesicles of The Neuron

A colorized scanning EM of a nerve broken open to reveal the vesicles containing the neurotransmitters.

Image Credit: NIH, via Curiosity/Discovery, via Sloth Unleashed


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magnified-world:

micro-scopic:

DNA crystals. Polarised Light Micrograph of DNA liquid crystals. DNA (deoxyribose nucleic acid) is the essential hereditary component of all living cells. Upon this complex helical molecule is coded the building blocks of life, in the form of genes. Each DNA molecule, normally found in the nucleus of cells (in the form of chromosomes), is a three- dimensional molecule made up of nucleic acids: adenine paired with thymine; cytosine paired with guanine. It is this grouped pairing of nucleic acids in different combinations that make up genes: the molecular units that code for heredi- tary characteristics (like eye-colour) that are passed down from generation to generation.

Sooo pretty


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sagrasa:

Psychedelic Bacteria: fluorescent Bacillus subtilis (No photoshop) by Fernan Federici on Flickr.
Pattern formation with fluorescent bacteria (TagBFP, mKate2 and sfGFP).


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micro-scopic:

Liquid Crystalline DNA; transmitted light microscope; 10x magnification.


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