Bioloxía



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mindblowingscience:

Ride of the Water Droplets

Engineers can now create materials that repel liquids so well they’re called superhydrophobic, i.e. they have a serious water phobia. With funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF), this booming area of research has the potential to benefit society in a big way.

Via The National Science Foundation.

ayanamis:

The X Files, the whole show

ayanamis:

The X Files, the whole show

baegal:

When you’re almost dead in a game but somehow you managed to survive until the next level

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afro-dominicano:

onlyblackgirl:

The history of film in one scene

#whitedrwhofandom

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thecutestofthecute:

Big dogs who think they are lap dogs.

fuckyeahfluiddynamics:

Rogue waves—individual, isolated waves far larger than the surrounding waves—were reported for centuries by sailors. But their stories of massive walls of water appearing in the open ocean were not corroborated until 1995 when a rogue wave struck an offshore platform. How these giant waves form is still under active research, but one leading theory is that nonlinear interactions between waves allow one wave to sap energy from surrounding waves and focus it into one much larger, short-lived wave. I first learned of rogue waves during a seminar in graduate school. At the time, this idea of nonlinear focusing had only been explored in simulation, but a few years later a research group was able to demonstrate the effect in a wave tank, as shown in the video above. Wait for the end, and you’ll notice how the rogue wave that takes down the ship is much larger than its predecessors. For more on rogue waves and their mind-boggling behavior, be sure to check my previous post on the subject.  (Video credit: A. Chabchoub, N. Hoffmann, and N. Akhmediev)

thecatalogues:

Spring time kitties

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tulipnight:

From Darkness to Light by Vincent_Ting on Flickr.

Don’t live the same year 75 times and call it a life.
—Robin Sharma  (via thatkindofwoman)

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http://sciencesoup.tumblr.com/post/92582961627/dna-replication-the-process-this-process-is-the

sciencesoup:

DNA Replication: The Process

This process is the foundation of who we are—without it, our cells could not reproduce, and we wouldn’t be able to live. I’ll run through the basic process, then let the proteins do the talking for me.

Essentially, in replication, the double helix is unwound in two…

themorningnews:

If it all plays out as expected and budgeted, astronomers of the 2020s will be swimming in petabytes of data streaming from space and the ground. Herewith a report card on the future of big-time stargazing.
More Eyes on the Skies

themorningnews:

If it all plays out as expected and budgeted, astronomers of the 2020s will be swimming in petabytes of data streaming from space and the ground. Herewith a report card on the future of big-time stargazing.

More Eyes on the Skies