Cellular Christmas!

Cellular Christmas! Created by University of Pittsburgh biologist, Donna Stolz, this wreath contains images of many different types of mammalian cells taken from over 25 different experiments. This was her Christmas card last year and winner of the Nikon Small World photography contest of 2011.

For Nature magazine’s collection of more beautiful images: http://www.nature.com/news/365-days-images-of-the-year-1.9620

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16 Responses to Cellular Christmas!

  1. RJ Matlock says:

    amazing Colors…different…love it:)

  2. DaFreak says:

    Art and science, a match made in heaven. :p – I love this sort of stuff and this is truly a stunning picture! The rats and the parasitic wasp really tickled my brain too. I stole a few of those shots for my collection so thx for the share! :p

    Sorry for highjacking this post; The barrier between science and art exists only in our minds. Check out the science gallery for what is in my opinion one of the best art galleries in the world simply because the art it exhibits always pushes the envelope. It’s art from the frontiers of science and technology which makes it cutting edge innovative stuff. > http://www.sciencegallery.com/exhibitions

  3. RJ Matlock says:

    Thx,, i just Bookmarked it..:)

  4. Rajini Rao says:

    Koen De Paus , I see art in science all the time..someone on G+ posted a monochromatic image of leafless trees and the similarity with a stain of neurons with dendritic arbors was uncanny! Thanks for the link, checking it out now.

  5. Great combination of two sides of brain, art and science. Thannks

  6. Nao sei oq escreveu…mas sao belos papeis de paredes…gostei


  7. I like this because my 5-grade teacher is a science teacher.

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