Inner Space

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Petal surface, 766x

B. subtilis peeking through a filter

blood clot

TEM    Look Into My Eyes

Whether studying blood cells, botany, heavy metals, insects, or nano teddy bears, scientists the world over peer deeply into tiny spaces using powerful electron microscopy. Some even find ways to use microbes to devour toxic pollution. Take a journey into inner space.

Photos from rodolfobernal, Lalitree, Nate C, milopics, toby price, and notoneproject.

Posted by Cris Stoddard
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