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FEMS Sep 17
Now, the Grand Prize Winner of - for us the sheer beauty, skillful composition, colour palette, technical skill, and the scientific and microbiological content of "Decoding the Gut Microbiome" by Jane Hartman () was unparalleled... CONGRATULATIONS!
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Microbiology Society Sep 3
For are running a competition on using art to communicate microbiology. Find out how you can get involved:
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Gayetri Ramachandran Sep 5
Why we all love microbiology! With love from France πŸ‡«πŸ‡·πŸ§€πŸ‡«πŸ‡·πŸ˜πŸ‡«πŸ‡·
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alidi.kusuma Sep 10
When your beloved 'little fella' is obssesed to be as beautiful as an orchid πŸ˜„ #InternationalMicroorganismDay
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Rafael Marine Microfauna Sep 10
September 17, is International Microorganism Day. Acanthosphaera actinota (Haeckel, 1862). Radiolaria. Differential Interference Contrast Microscopy. Plankton, specimen from coasts of Cantabria -Spain-
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Supram Gowda Aug 25
Galaxy of yeast: Microphotograph of yeast under stress.
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Peter Harris Sep 10
I've just found out that September 17th is International Microorganism Day! I also found out that is helping celebrate by highlighting Microbe Art, so here's the art behind the cover!
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Max Gutierrez Sep 12
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shashirajapadukone Sep 9
Under the lens of the microscope - Blastocystis from xenic culture and
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FEMS Sep 17
The final category is for Video entries to - this one was entered on Instagram by Eliza Wolfson () and it is just the cutest animation of we could ever imagine!
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Eric Juskewitz Sep 10
All bugs are beautiful! Even multidrug resistant bacteria can be nice to look at! Starring P. aeruginosa
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Jane Hartman Sep 7
"Decoding the Gut Microbiome" fused glass panel, by Jane Hartman. My entry for Features DNA extraction from various gut bacteria that is then decoded. Bacteria include: E coli, Staph., and Helicobactor
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Mari@L Sep 10
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Charlotte Steiniger Aug 20
My contribution to & : RiPPunzel! People just found metabolites made by the ribosome (RiPP) together with a nonribosomal pathway (PKS) - highly active against MRSA! Sounds like a fairytale, doesn't it?@FEMSmicro,,@femsmicro
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Eugene Graham Badenh Sep 11
My inspiration was drawn from the fact that all life forms that exist today are derived from and are in some way dependent on microorganisms.
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Dr Morgan Feeney Sep 11
A little poem to celebrate just a few of my favourite microbes for
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yenalem Sep 9
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APC Microbiome Ireland Sep 5
One more week to the deadline for
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International Microorganism Day Sep 12
Although is finished, your microbiological art is always welcome at ! Soon the winners will be announced!
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NCIMB Ltd Sep 17
This beautiful interpretation of the microbiome in fused glass is a worthy winner of the competition!
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