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  • #76
    Just got an email from the blood donor servie with their newsletter

    https://www.blood.co.uk/news-and-cam...D1=AGRPNURSERY

    Dr Meli is our Component Development Principal Scientist based in Cambridge and she has been working with the Ministry of Defence to investigate the quality of red cells after aerial delivery to ships at sea. Currently naval ships have to return to port to replenish blood stocks, so a safe and efficient aerial delivery method would mean ships could stay longer at sea.


    Seems it works. Good to know

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    • #77
      Brain images display the beauty and complexity of consciousness

      THIS is what consciousness looks like – but these aren’t brain scans. Neuroscientist-turned-artist Greg Dunn created the art, aided by artist and physicist Brian Edwards, largely by hand, and using a special etching technique.
      https://www.newscientist.com/article...box=1530007561

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      • #78
        Originally posted by Penny the Penguin View Post
        Brain images display the beauty and complexity of consciousness

        https://www.newscientist.com/article...box=1530007561
        stunning images

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        • #79
          The Large Hadron Collider is morphing particle physics into art

          Deep beneath the French-Swiss border, creative duo Semiconductor turns particle physics into art. Their subject? The moment two bunches of protons travelling close to the speed of light collide, with roughly the same amount of energy as particles had fractions of seconds after the Big Bang.
          https://www.wired.co.uk/article/cern...halo-art-basel

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          • #80
            These beautiful photos capture the artistic side of particle physics

            You don't need to be a physicist to appreciate the beauty of the winning photographers in the 2018 Global Physics Photowalk. Elegantly revealing the beauty of particle detectors and operating mines may sound like a challenge, but mastering this skill took Simon Wright, Stefano Ruzzini and equal thirds Jonathan McRae and Gianluca Micheletti to the competition's podium.
            https://www.wired.co.uk/gallery/glob...sics-photowalk

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            • #81
              Nikon small world photomicrographies and movies

              https://www.nikonsmallworld.com/gall...hy-competition

              https://www.nikonsmallworld.com/gall...on-competition

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              • #82
                ^Wow, those are amazing, each one is fascinating and looks brilliant, what an insight and what a unique world, each photo has captured. Thanks for sharing, Mordoror. Number 18 looks so surreal, it's mind blowing, all of them are, really.

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                • #83
                  Originally posted by Penny the Penguin View Post
                  ^Wow, those are amazing, each one is fascinating and looks brilliant, what an insight and what a unique world, each photo has captured. Thanks for sharing, Mordoror. Number 18 looks so surreal, it's mind blowing, all of them are, really.
                  You are welcome. If you are interested, you can browse their site, they have archives of previous years that are interesting too
                  Last edited by Mordoror; 01-10-2018, 05:18 AM. Reason: typo

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                  • #84
                    Originally posted by Mordoror View Post

                    You are welcome. If you are intereste, you can browse their site, they have archives of previous years that are interesting too
                    Fantastic, it's fascinating and I would like to see more, will take a look through, thanks again, awesome!

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