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Kalai.

Fine Arts major in Advertising.

I love Science,
and Art.

I hate combing my hair.

I'm secretly a "Bird Lady."

And none of the photos are mine unless tagged as mine.
scienceyoucanlove:

Human Hand Controlling Bacterial Biofilms
Lydia-Marié Joubert, Cell Sciences Imaging Facility, Stanford University, California
People’s choice in illustration went to this speckled hand. The streams of marks look like a nod to pointillism, but they actually represent the Pseudomonas bacteria. Those that are colored green are resistant to microbial treatments. This was produced using overlaid cultured biofilms covering a sculpted hand.
through Popsci

scienceyoucanlove:

Human Hand Controlling Bacterial Biofilms
Lydia-Marié Joubert, Cell Sciences Imaging Facility, Stanford University, California
People’s choice in illustration went to this speckled hand. The streams of marks look like a nod to pointillism, but they actually represent the Pseudomonas bacteria. Those that are colored green are resistant to microbial treatments. This was produced using overlaid cultured biofilms covering a sculpted hand.
through Popsci