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Beverages under the microscope by Michael Davidson: Vodka

vodka bevshot BevShot is a photograph of alcohol under a microscope. The naturally occurring colors are unaltered and represent the magnified crystalline structure of each concoction

Researchers identify key enzyme found in disease-causing bacteria responsible for heart valve disease. Findings may point researchers toward development of new antibiotics.

False-colored TEM of Streptococcus sanguinis cells (purple ovals) encased within an infected heart valve in an animal model of infective bacterial endocarditis.

A light photomicrograph of the central conductive strand (stele) of Lycopodium.

A light photomicrograph of the central conductive strand (stele) of Lycopodium, a moss.

Nope, not a fancy flower. It's Aspergillus ustus, a possibly infectious fungus.

Green mold hyphae and fruiting structure, Aspergillus ustus. Dennis Kunkel Microscopy, Inc. / Visuals Unlimited, Inc.

Vorticella. I love these little bells that live in the water. Often attached to seaweed.

Vorticella: little bells that live in the water. Often attached to seaweed.

A New Look at the Relationship between Carbon, Nitrogen, and Phosphorus in the Ocean

A New Look at the Relationship between Carbon, Nitrogen, and Phosphorus in the Ocean

Fibroblast cells. Fluorescent light micrograph of two fibroblast cells, showing their nuclei (green) and cytoskeleton. The cytoskeleton is made up of microtubules of the protein tubulin (yellow) and filaments of the protein actin (blue).     Magnification: x980 when printed 10cm wide.

A microscopic photograph of a neuron. Filamentous actin and microtubules (structural proteins) in mouse fibroblasts (cells) Fluorescence. / Torsten Wittmann, The Scripps Research Institute. Courtesy of Nikon Small World.

Odense Bys Museer Photo from microscope  Micro details of archaeological oak wood seen enlarged under the microscope. The details are used when identifying wood species

Odense Bys Museer Photo from microscope Micro details of archaeological oak wood seen enlarged under the microscope. The details are used when identifying wood species

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