Top 5 of the week: Amazing science photos on Pinterest

You deserve a short break at work to see this. After all, science isn’t just made of graphics and statistics, sometimes we get breathtaking science photos too.

It’s no wonder that we love visual science, and, we are glad to announce that we are on pinterest now! So, to celebrate that, we are sharing our first top 5 about nature and biology on pinterest.

Pinterest is an online platform  that can help you to find, save and share images and links with your friends. Follow us on pinterest and see the best photographs, illustrations and news about science.

See our Top 5 Science photos on pinterest:

 

Take a look and share it if you like it too!

 

1.Flamingo’s in gold by Wim van den Heever

 

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2. This Chameleon is just so beautiful in blue, isn’t?

 

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3. And this filamentous actin and microtubules in mouse fibroblasts (cells) (1000x), Fluorescence. (Photo by the scientist Heiti Paves)

 

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4. What about this amazing art with paper made by the artist Lisa Nilsson?

 

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5. A shining, colorful Human HeLa cell undergoing cell division (cytokinesis). DNA (yellow), myosin II (blue) and actin filaments (red) (60x).  (Photo by Dr. Dylan Burnette – Nikon small world contest)

 

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Bonus: 

‘Cause, well, we really like flamingos

 

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Are you on pinterest already? Tell us what is your top 5 of nature and science categories too. Also, you know that you can share your photos and creations too, right?

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If you are a Mind the Graph user, you can save your creations on pinterest, so your work reaches more people. You can do that using the pinterest extension for google chrome or firefox.

 

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Science pictures are a formidable way to communicate better new findings and promote researches. If you want to see more breathtaking pictures of science, don’t miss these posts:

 

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