Category archives for Science Art
I added the spring colors.
Things move off of our entry page pretty quick sometimes. If you missed this post from Bioephemera, go take a look. She has great pictures and a fascinating story about one Seattle’s favorite places.
No, you can’t have a glow-in-the-dark kitty. But never fear, the SciBlings and I have other ideas for holiday gifts.
Maybe there’s something a little bit odd about having a gingerbread construction contest to raise funds for researching juvenile diabetes. Maybe these gingerbread houses aren’t environmentally proper or particularly sustainable. But they are impressive. If you’re in Seattle over the holidays, you can see them at the Sheraton Hotel until Jan 2nd and even help…
From the original lolcats: moar funny pictures
The grocery store magazine covers all say that home made gifts are big this year. So I thought, some of you might like to channel your inner Martha Stewart and make gifts with a science theme. I’m here to help to you make a merry mug with one of our favorite molecules. Yep, we’re talking…
Would you recognize your leftovers when they’re magnified? Would you know turkey if you saw it at 40X? Make a guess and click an image to see the answer.
The Capitol Hill Seattle blog has a great set of lunar eclipse photos on flickr.
Here’s a lovely DNA structure from our friend, human immunodeficiency virus I. I especially like the way that two heart-like shapes appear in the structure. tags: DNA structure, DNA , molecular structure, biochemistry