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Jo Atherton Aug 16
Replying to @DHB_designs
Beautiful symmetry. This also has a whiff of a about it too!
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Andrew Alverson Aug 15
classic stuff here in which all the new sequences in this *published* paper are listed as unpublished
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Nanoscape 17h
More Diatoms. Different but related species to the last one perhaps? Thank you mendezestay and stefani__28 for the ID on the last post. What is a anyway? They are single-celled alga (photosynthetic…
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David 21h
Replying to @cofnod @joshual951
A bit heavy handed with congo red, but found a Frustulia rhomboides as well :)
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Nanoscape Aug 15
Three different collections of electrons from the same sample and one grayscale mix. Trinity detectors on the thermosciemspec Apreo looking at a freshwater
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Diatom 27 May 18
All spots for first round airdrop are nearly filled. Round 2 airdrop launches tomorrow 28.05 at 20:00 CEST.
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Davis Laundon 8 Aug 18
are prominent parasites of microalgae in aquatic systems, such as those that infect the beautiful star Asterionella!
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Drew Berry Nov 2
Living glass. How do 'simple' single celled algae grow intricate walls and spines made of silica glass? chloroplast dynamics, mitosis, cell division and morphogenesis.
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Francois Keck Aug 12
The last paper of my postdoc in Sweden 🇸🇪 is out! Using phylogeny to explain ecology. ➡️ : And check out my invited post on the blog: ➡️
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Diatom 25 May 18
Diatom token pre-sale is currently ongoing. During that time, participants receive +50% bonus of their purchase.
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EP Minerals, a U.S. Silica company 21h
Save the date! National Diatomaceous Earth Day is August 31!
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Mike Allen 👨‍🔬🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🇬🇧🇪🇺🌍💫 28 Feb 18
Here goes... another classic image inspired by ! You’ve had the for . You’ve had the for . I now give you.... the for ! RT if you love algae & !
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Diatom 29 May 18
Airdrop round 2 was postponed, it will take place today 20:00 CEST time. Stay tuned!
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Alexa Sterling Feb 13
Roses are red, The ocean is blue, Diatoms are tiny plants that make oxygen for you!
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Jeffery Stone Jul 18
Is it yet? Okay, good, because I’ve been waiting since Tuesday to post this gem. Here’s a Miocene-age from the diatomites.
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DinoLite.us Aug 9
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Alexa Sterling May 16
Nature = art I created these stamps inspired by recent work in the lab. Excited to try them out on some pottery pieces!
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Savannah Worne 15 Nov 17
Really interesting talk by about using biogenic silica isotopes to track human and climatic changes in Lake Baikal, showing diatom research is incredibly diverse can be applied in so many different environments!
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The Mud Vision Aug 9
There is always something haunting in pictures. This frustule kind of looks like an alien spaceship to me. Maybe really are miniature UFOs? 🛸
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Nicholas Bezio 2 May 18
Although my photos may not be as detailed as others who excel in microscope photography, but you better believe that ain't gonna stop me from trying!
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