Tag Archives: beautiful

Thor’s Head Nebula

6 May


Thor’s Head Nebula
(aka NGC 2359)

The Secret Life of Plankton

5 Apr

via TEDTalks:

New videography techniques have opened up the oceans’ microscopic ecosystem, revealing it to be both mesmerizingly beautiful and astoundingly complex. Explore this hidden world that underpins our own food chain — in the first-ever TEDTalk given by a fish …

Tierney Thys is a marine biologist and science educator. She studies the behavior of the Mola mola, or giant ocean sunfish — and works with other scientists to make films that share the wonders they see.

The Plankton Chronicles Project uses state-of-the-art optics to reveal the beauty and diversity of planktonic organisms. It was initiated by Christian Sardet, Noé Sardet and Sharif Mirshak

You Will Never See Mold The Same Way Again

5 Apr


This video is mind-blowing in it’s quality and dedication. Many of these molds take days or even weeks to grow, and all such organisms, due to their spore-forming nature, must be handled in a designated Class III lab. This wasn’t some bored dude in his kitchen, this was a person with access to a designated space and a great talent for videography.

Stars, As Viewed From International Space Station

27 Mar

The Stars as Viewed from the International Space Station.
Absolutely breathtaking. I could watch this again and again for hours.
The music is beautiful too.

From AJRCLIPS on Vimeo.

Glass E.coli

26 Mar

Glass E.coli sculpture makes me swoon with delight.

Microscopy Monday {No.3}

26 Mar

Immature sperm in the spermatocyte stage of the crane flyNephrotoma suturalis. (60x)

Image by Rudolf Oldenbourg.

Emission Scarves

21 Mar

I’m bring the wonderfully adorable Becky Stern back into the spotlight. Her amazing science inspired art never fails to amaze me! Today it is emission scarves. She is currently selling her silicon emission scarf at her esty shop.


 Here is the scientist/artist herself, wearing a beautiful Molybdenum emission scarf. She is a very beautiful and creative lady.

To see more of her work, visit her website, which is full of entertainment for scientists and artists alike ❤