As mentioned in the previous post, I am moving this blog to another location. Although the two blogs have the identical names, they are NOT linked. Therefore, you will NOT be notified of new post updates using the current subscription.
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I am moving my blog to here. (http://www.somethingaboutscience.com) All new posts will be updated there, along with new features, and old posts will also be available at the new location.
Thank you for your support for the past two years. Without your encouragement, I wouldn’t have found the motivation to upgrade Something About Science.
I hope you will stick around for the new blog — it will be even better than this one! ;)
See you again at the new site!
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Photo credit: Bioartography
These stunning images look like something out of an art exhibition. As a matter of fact, they are on exhibit and for sale, but they are actually scientific images of tissues and cells captured using microscopes.
The images are part of a project called Bio-Artography founded by the University of Michigan’s Center for Organogenesis. In this research group, scientists study organ formation, function, and disease in hope of finding cure for organ diseases and developing better treatment for organ damages. Continue reading –>