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15 Microscopic Images from Inside the Human Body [photography]

Get up close and personal with your innards with these 15 amazing 3D-body shots. Almost all of the following images were captured using a scanning electron microscope (SEM), a type of electron microscope that uses a beam of high-energy electrons to scan surfaces of images. The electron beam of the SEM interacts with atoms near or at the surface of the sample to be viewed, resulting in a very high-resolution, 3D-image. Magnification levels range from x 25 (about the same as a hand lens) to about x 250,000. Incredible details of 1 to 5 nm in size can be detected. Max Knoll was the first person to create an SEM image of silicone steel in 1935; over the next 30 years, a number of scientists worked to further develop the instrument, and in 1965 the first SEM was delivered to DuPont by the Cambridge Instrument Company as the “Stereoscan.” Here you’ll experience the power of SEM in a journey of self-discovery that starts in your head, travels down through the chest and ends in the bowels of
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MEDtropolis ® - Virtual Body
Virtual Body Site in both Spanish and English
An online resource that provides a virtual tour of the human body.
The Anatomy of a Portfolio Site | Build Internet!
The abstract example pitches the tools needed to do the job, while the concrete example pitches the result.
Web Design, Development, and Business
50 Fascinating Lectures All About Your Brain | Associate Degree - Facts and Information
SEOmoz | SEO Cheat Sheet: Anatomy of A URL
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One topic that seems simple but that generates a ton of questions here on SEOmoz is URLs. I've created a 1-page sheet all about the URL and how to optimize it.
URLs: How to construct them, how to optimize them, what the pieces are, etc. In the spirit of great SEOmoz cheat sheets like Danny's web developer cheat sheet, I've decided to put together a 1-page guide to all things URL
Anatomy of A URL [from]
Running Barefoot: Home
This website has been developed to provide an evidence-based resource for those interested in the biomechanics of different foot strikes in endurance running and the applications to human endurance running prior to the modern running shoe.
Sleep May Prepare You for Tomorrow by Dissolving Today’s Neural Connections | 80beats | Discover Magazine
Sleep may be a way to sweep out the brain and get it ready for a new day of building connections between neurons, according to two new studies of fruit flies. The studies support the controversial theory that sleep weakens or entirely dissolves some synapses, the connections between brain cells. “We assume that if this is happening, it is a major function, if not the most important function, of sleep” [Science News], says Chiara Cirelli, a coauthor of the first study, published in Science.
Brian Dettmer: Adaptations
This is an interesting use of books: Brian Dettmer: Adaptations [from]
Cool Hunting: Brian Dettmer: Adaptations
Artist Brian Dettmer dissects books to expose the beauty of their anatomy. Using an X-acto knife and tweezers, Dettmer pulls away carefully selected layers of books, revealing a complex view of their internal organization.
Typedia: Learn: Anatomy of a Typeface
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