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Science related photos

  1. Jul 4, 2010 #1

    ~christina~

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    I haven't found a thread with this topic so I thought I'd start one.

    i'll start by posting these photos. Hopefully they are scientific enough. :biggrin:

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    Blood Shoeprint.

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    Saliva Amylase test.

    Post yours! :smile:
     
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  3. Jul 14, 2010 #2

    ~christina~

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    Come on, I know I'm not the only person with scientific photos lying around. I know there are other scientists around here.*looks under some rocks (but only finds some earthworms)* :surprised

    Post post post! :biggrin:
     
  4. Jul 14, 2010 #3

    Pengwuino

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    Which ones the sperm one.
     
  5. Jul 15, 2010 #4
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    The so called "Usselo Horizon" as found in a hole, we dug in the Maatheide, close to Lommel in Belgium at only ~1 meter depth.
     
  6. Jul 16, 2010 #5

    drizzle

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    Okay, this is one of the SEM photos of Al doped zinc oxide nanopowder... I'm not including it in my thesis, as you can tell the magnification is not enough. :biggrin:

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    P.S. ~christina~, spray some acid on them! :devil:
     
  7. Jul 18, 2010 #6

    ~christina~

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    Nice picture. I don't think we have a SEM in our school. Interesting to see.
    Them? You mean the penguin of course. :biggrin:

    Very nice, Andre. Were you digging the hole to intentionally look for the charcoal soil layer?

    None are of the spermatazoa test. I'm not sure if it's legal to post! :surprised:
     
  8. Jul 18, 2010 #7

    fuzzyfelt

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    Nice science related photos. Hope to see more!
     
  9. Jul 18, 2010 #8

    drizzle

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    Neither do we, haven't you noticed the French note! :biggrin:
    I've send the samples to one of the schools there, I mean France, my prof recomend it.

    :biggrin:
     
  10. Jul 18, 2010 #9
    Yes ~c~ it was the purpose of that hole and we knew we were going to find it
     
  11. Jul 26, 2010 #10

    Gokul43201

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    What's the thesis on? TCOs? Photovoltaics?
     
  12. Jul 26, 2010 #11

    drizzle

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    Neither, it's a bit odd from what you've expected. I study the effect of changing the Sol Gel [which is a chemical synthesis route] growth parameters on the structural and optical properties of ZnO nanomaterials...

    Do I have to go public! :biggrin:
     
  13. Jul 28, 2010 #12

    Andy Resnick

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    Here's a couple images of diffraction patterns caused by illuminating a 5 um diameter pinhole: one used a laser (can see the effect the iris has?), and the other a white light source- note the chromatic aberrations. No alterations to contrast/brightness/etc.

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  14. Jul 29, 2010 #13
    When I saw this thread, I thought I must post one of my daughter's elementary school "properties of light" project photo, but Andy beat me to it!

    I got bored with the typical pin hole and double slit thingy, so I made a smiley face..... LOL

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    :smile: from a smiley about half that size. But it made an interesting picture.
     
  15. Jul 29, 2010 #14

    drizzle

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    That's so cool Ms Music... Can you make the [biggrin] face? :biggrin:
     
  16. Jul 29, 2010 #15

    lisab

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    Very nice Ms Music. I went to a Fourier transform applet site and drew in a smiley, and took a screen shot...look how close mine is to yours!

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    If you want to play with the applet, it's here -

    http://escher.epfl.ch/fft/
     
  17. Jul 30, 2010 #16

    Monique

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    Two images you might find interesting, guess what they are :smile:
     

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  18. Jul 30, 2010 #17

    drizzle

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    A worm and a... Worm. :biggrin:
     
  19. Jul 30, 2010 #18

    Monique

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    You're on to me! :biggrin:
     
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  21. Jul 30, 2010 #20

    Andy Resnick

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    I'm guessing a GFP-transfected c. elegans. What's the construct?
     
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