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Microbiologists Create ‘Starry Night’ And Other Art With Bacteria - http://bioengineer.org/microbiologists-create-starry-night-and-other-art-with-bacteria/

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Model for robots with bacteria-controlled brains - http://bioengineer.org/model-for-robots-with-bacteria-controlled-brains/

Model for robots with bacteria-controlled brains - http://bioengineer.org/model-for-robots-with-bacteria-controlled-brains/

Heart Vs. Brain

Heart Vs. Brain (By Awkward Yeti)

Gotham needs me HAHAHA Heart Vs. Brain (By Awkward Yeti) draw your otp doing all these lol

29 Random Pictures for Today  If You'd like, click the link to see more like this: http://dummiesoftheyear.com/29-random-pictures-for-today/

29 Random Pictures for Today

Funny pictures about Rare And Interesting Pictures You Probably Haven't Seen Yet. Oh, and cool pics about Rare And Interesting Pictures You Probably Haven't Seen Yet. Also, Rare And Interesting Pictures You Probably Haven't Seen Yet photos.

Switching On One-Shot Learning in the Brain - http://bioengineer.org/switching-on-one-shot-learning-in-the-brain/

Most of the time, we learn only gradually, incrementally building connections between actions or events and outcomes. But there are exceptions—every once in .

Beatrice the Biologist! Cultivating curiosity and appreciation for science and nature one giggle at a time. I love this.

Beatrice the Biologist! Cultivating curiosity and appreciation for science and nature one giggle at a time.

Scientists Grow Primitive Human Kidneys In A Dish Scientists have tried for years to grow artificial kidneys in the lab. They've gotten a bit closer by using stem cells to create an "organoid" much like a fetal kidney. But it's missing key parts. Image of a mini-kidney formed in a dish from human induced pluripotent stem cells.

Scientists Grow Primitive Human Kidneys In A Dish

Scientists have tried for years to grow artificial kidneys in the lab. They've gotten a bit closer by using stem cells to create an "organoid" much like a fetal kidney. But it's missing key parts.

Making 'miniature brains' from skin cells to better understand autism - http://bioengineer.org/making-miniature-brains-from-skin-cells-to-better-understand-autism/

Making 'miniature brains' from skin cells to better understand autism - http://bioengineer.org/making-miniature-brains-from-skin-cells-to-better-understand-autism/

Cell density remains constant as brain shrinks with age - http://bioengineer.org/cell-density-remains-constant-as-brain-shrinks-with-age/

Cell density remains constant as brain shrinks with age

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