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Kaleidomicroscopic

You may call me Lisa or Lulu. I am a biochemistry major in the depths of the Southeastern US, and I plan on becoming an environmental/chemical engineer! I am a nature-spirit, a color-crazy cat, and a passionate environmentalist. I do hope you enjoy my random ramblings and inspirational tidbits...
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I do not fear death. I had been dead for billions and billions of years before I was born, and had not suffered the slightest inconvenience from it.
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Keep It Trippy
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Keep It Trippy
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lemaddyart:

would really appreciate some criticism/ feedback on this picture. ive been struggling to feel things out lately and feeling a bit lost! anyone who can help (kindly) i would appreciate it alot

this is beautiful <3 
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Feeling Squishy
How squishy are your cells? UCLA’s Amy Rowat studies the texture or squishiness of cells. A cell’s texture can actually tell us important information about our health, and even begin to answer long-held questions about diseases like cancer.
The GIF above is a diagram of a microfluidic device (based on a drawing by Amy), which she uses to measure the cell’s softness or malleability.
From the video:The Squishiness of Cancer Cells→
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