Thought this might interest some of you: BioArt from the BioArt Competition hosted by the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB).
Article from Arstechnica's Website: Bioart-winners
an embryonic mouse torso (Shachi Bhatt and Paul Trainor/Stowers Institute for Medical Research)
pancreatic cancer cells in a mouse (Heinz Baumann, Sean T. Glenn, Mary Kay Ellsworth, and Kenneth W. Gross/Roswell Park Cancer Institute)
interwoven nerve fibers that connect regions of human brains (Xiawei Ou/ University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences)
An ornate soil bacterium (yellow) hunkers down to a new home—the root surface of an Arabidopsis plant (Alice Dohnalkova/ Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)
an Arabidopsis thaliana leaf (Suzana Car, Maria Hindt, Tracy Punshon, and Mary Lou Guerinot/Dartmouth College)
A colony of nematode worms, called Caenorhabditis (Adam Brown and David Biron/University of Chicago)
An illustration of the Ebola virus (David S. Goodsell/Research Collaboratory for Structural Bioinformatics Protein Data Bank)
live chicken embryo (Jessica Ryvlin, Stephanie Lindsey, and Jonathan Butcher/Cornell University)
tooth enamel (Olivier Duverger and Maria I. Morasso/NIH)
young Arabidopsis flower buds ( Nathanaёl Prunet1,2, Elliot Meyerowitz1,3*, and Thomas Jack2 1California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA 2Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH 3Howard Hughes Medical Institute)
human breast cancer cells can take in cube-shaped nanoparticle packages (Jenolyn F. Alexander1, Veronika Kozlovskaya2, Eugenia Kharlampieva2 and Biana Godin*1 1Houston Methodist Research Institute, Houston, TX 2University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL)
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