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Mobile K2-13 Christel Sadde                                                                                                                                                                                 More                                                                                                                                                                                 More

A Volabile is a moving hanging sculpture of the french free lance artist, Christel Sadde

Greg Grossman's mom, "I just wanted him to be HAPPY."  Keep that in mind parents.

Watch this video of Greg Grossman, a teen prodigy chef who catered high-end parties at the age of

Visit to the Pop-Up exhibition at the Allard Pierson Museum. The room with the swordfish was definitely my favorite.

Visit to the Pop-Up exhibition at the Allard Pierson Museum. The room with the swordfish was definitely my favorite.

Biotechnology in India,Biotechnology

Biotechnology in India,Biotechnology

15 year old science prodigy Jack Andraka invented an entirely new way of detecting Pancreatic Cancer that may revolutionize Pancreatic Cancer detection, treatment and dramatically increase survival rates, which are devastatingly low. One of my heroes, Agi Hirshberg, would be so proud!What’s best about this kid is that he is SO FRICKIN’ EXCITED to win the prize

Awesome Video: Winning Science Award Causes Kid to Go Completely Bananas -

Fifteen-year-old Jack Andraka wins the top award at Intel ISEF 2012 for his creation of a new, non-invasive method to detect early-stage pancreatic cancer.

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Ai Weiwei: Part I at Chambers Fine Art on September Ai Weiwei Rebar Casket and Marble Rebar - 3 2014 Huali wood and marble Rebar casket 9 x 44 x 28 in Marble rebar x 25 x 21 in

Jeff Wall photographer exhibition Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam

Jeff Wall photographer exhibition Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam

Swine Flu under the microscope. (Looks like a swine alright)

This was meant to be funny. "Swine Flu under the microscope." Viruses don't have eyes, ears, curly tails or cute little pig noses.

Scanning electron micrograph of the Ochrobactrum bacteria found in soil.

Antibiotic-resistant genes lurk in soil microbes

Bacteria living in soil are swapping genes with with disease-causing, antibiotic-resistant bacteria. Scanning electron micrograph of the Ochrobactrum bacteria found in soil.

Jeff Wall photographer exhibition Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam

Jeff Wall photographer exhibition Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam

Collection at dusk in the Hague Luke Jerram glass sculptures of viruses

hand-blown glass microbiology Collection at dusk in the Hague

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