Last night a science-based spot of research for an important client I’m developing a new site for, led me to three pieces of ‘boffin-art’. I don’t remember science at school looking this interesting.

The first is a graph of my employer’s blog, based on all of it’s links and codes. Make your own here:

What our blog looks like.

The second is a photo from an interesting chap in Ann Arbour, Michigan, who took this rather lovely shot of microcrystals, formed around the helium outlet of the cryostat when the flow is right. Apparently. A wonderful example of what our eye can miss, a camera can preserve.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/kwei/124279860/

And the last one is a set of beautiful images of bubbles taken by Jason Tozer, which look eerily like planets.

Bubbles

If this is science then it’s an A* to all of them. See, science IS cool.

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