Video: Jellyfish Made From Silicone and Rat's Heart Cells Swims and Beats Like a Heart. researchers to build a sort of cyborg jellyfish from the ground up, using heart muscle cells from a rat and silicone polymer.
This northern sea nettle is part of the jellyfish exhibition added to the SeaLife aquarium in Timmendorfer, Germany, earlier this year. Northern sea nettles, or chrysaora melanaster, are commonly found in the waters of the North Pacific.
“The camera lucida (light chamber) transforms sound waves directly into light emissions. In a transparent chamber filled with a gas-enriched fluid, several ultrasound transformers produce a constantly.