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I'm Gabo. I'm from Peru and in my early-twenties. These are my adventures in my quest towards becoming a molecular biologist.
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dead-by-you:

O ka é uma roda.

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welele:

¡Y obtendrás los mismos resultados!

welele:

¡Y obtendrás los mismos resultados!

loveandddrevenge:

My love life

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ted:

This 745-foot aerial sculpture stretched along the Vancouver waterfront at TED2014. The net-like design, created by artist Janet Echelman, was made from a fiber called Spectra, which is 15 times stronger than steel. 

Passersby could use their cell phones to manipulate the lights, a trick set up by Google’s Aaron Koblin. "The lighting on the sculpture is actually a giant website," he says. “It’s one huge Google Chrome window spread across five HD projectors.” 

See how the art was made »

Learn about the technology behind it »

 

marmartas:

some eva angels

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wired:

These stunning aerial photos reveal patterns in seemingly mundane things.

[MORE: The Intricate, Beautiful Patterns of Civilization Seen From Above]

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sniffybutt:

this belongs in a musuem

sniffybutt:

this belongs in a musuem

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tedx:

At TEDxYouth@Manchester, genetics researcher Dan Davis introduces the audience to compatibility genes — key players in our immune system’s functioning, and the reason why it’s so difficult to transplant organs from person to person: one’s compatibility genes must match another’s for a transplant to take.

To learn more about these fascinating genes, watch the whole talk here»

(Images from Davis’s talk, Drew Berry’s animations, and the TED-Ed lessons A needle in countless haystacks: Finding habitable worlds - Ariel Anbar and How we conquered the deadly smallpox virus - Simona Zompi)

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elblogdelpelos:

Desde el Valle del Colca en Perú

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deisegal:

caesaretluna:

"nope"

- everyone

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