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Hair cells: the sound-sensing cells in the ear (ZEISS Microscopy) Tags: life art zeiss cell science electron scanning magnified biology microscope fluorescence microscopy confocal widefield sciart

Hair cells: the sound-sensing cells in the ear (ZEISS Microscopy) Tags: life art zeiss cell science electron scanning magnified biology microscope fluorescence microscopy confocal widefield sciart

Colored scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of two hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) cells, showing the numerous hair-like filopodia covering their surface. Hepatocellular carcinoma is the most common type of liver cancer.

Colored scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of two hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) cells, showing the numerous hair-like filopodia covering their surface. Hepatocellular carcinoma is the most common type of liver cancer.

mold growing on Romano cheese. It was bluish green, and is probably a Penicillium.  In this picture the yellow parts are called conidiophores, and the green spores are called conidia.

"mold growing on Romano cheese. It was bluish green, and is probably a Penicillium. In this picture the yellow parts are called conidiophores, and the green spores are called conidia.

This image, made using a SEM, shows the free-swimming protozoan Giardia, which causes diarrhea and other symptoms when it infects the small intestine, often as a result of contaminated drinking water.

The Best Science Photos of the Week - March 17, 2012

This image, made using a scanning electron microscope, shows the free-swimming protozoan Giardia, which causes diarrhea and other symptoms when it infects the small intestine, often as a result of contaminated drinking water.

Campylobacter bacteria

Campylobacter bacteria- Campylobacteriosis, mild diarrhea to bloody stools, fever; common cause of gastroenteritis in US; associated with crowded poultry farms.

Gene Therapy Boosts Cochlear Implants and Could Restore Hearing to the Deaf | Amazing Science | Scoop.it

Gene Therapy Boosts Cochlear Implants and Could Restore Hearing to the Deaf

Gene Therapy Boosts Cochlear Implants and Could Restore Hearing to the Deaf | Amazing Science | Scoop.it

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Butterfly Life Cycle

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