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Scedosporium prolificans

Scedosporium prolificans

Clostridium botulinum bacteria. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of Clostridium botulinum bacteria (rod-shaped), the cause of bot...

Clostridium botulinum bacteria. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of Clostridium botulinum bacteria (rod-shaped), the cause of bot...

Comparing something to a grain of sand is usually supposed to mean that it’s small or insignificant, but Dr. Gary Greenberg’s microscopic photography aims to turn this stereotype on its head. His photographs of miniscule grains of sands magnified up to 300 times reveal that each grain of sand can be beautiful and unique.

Comparing something to a grain of sand is usually supposed to mean that it’s small or insignificant, but Dr. Gary Greenberg’s microscopic photography aims to turn this stereotype on its head. His photographs of miniscule grains of sands magnified up to 300 times reveal that each grain of sand can be beautiful and unique.

You matter...unless you multiply yourself by the speed of light. Then you eneegy.

You matter...unless you multiply yourself by the speed of light. Then you eneegy.

The Tree of Life: Guest post: Kevin Carpenter on his new microbial photo exhibit at the Exploratorium in SF #SoCool

The Tree of Life: Guest post: Kevin Carpenter on his new microbial photo exhibit at the Exploratorium in SF #SoCool

Microscopic Wood - Silver Fir Tree - Cell Structure under the Microscope, Macro Photography of Wood Plant//

Microscopic Wood - Silver Fir Tree - Cell Structure under the Microscope, Macro Photography of Wood Plant//

Bacteriophage - These bacteria-infecting viruses, phages for short, are the most abundant life-form on the planet, their number far exceeding that of stars in the universe. Trillions inhabit each of us. Photograph by Department of Microbiology, Biozentrum, University of Basel/Photo Researchers, Inc All Images Colorized

Bacteriophage - These bacteria-infecting viruses, phages for short, are the most abundant life-form on the planet, their number far exceeding that of stars in the universe. Trillions inhabit each of us. Photograph by Department of Microbiology, Biozentrum, University of Basel/Photo Researchers, Inc All Images Colorized

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