What is solid as a rock but flows like a liquid? The Clemson Life Drop! This droplet, made from highly viscous pitch, will slowly form over about a year and will continue to form more drops.
We all know that fish breathe water; however it isn’t always clear how gills work exactly. I have created a graphic that goes step-by-step in showing how it works.
The New Caledonian Crow hails from the southwest Pacific Islands of New Caledonia. It has been observed both in lab settings and in the wild making and using tools to obtain food.
This is a musical representation of the well-known Thue-Morse sequence. The sequence values are represented by the melody, chords, and rhythms of the piece.
This is an autoradiograph of a reverse phase thin layer chromatography (RP-TLC) experiment. In this instance RP-TLC allows us to analyze the chain length of a cell’s free fatty acids.
This work consists of an origami dodecahedron, with words along the edges, together with a poem and a description of the construction of the verse.
This three-dimensional "direct numerical simulation" shows the transition to turbulence of a hydrogen-oxygen shear layer at a pressure of 100 atm and a Reynolds number of 2,000.
This is a woodburning of a SEM photograph of the cheliceral fang of the lampshade spider Hypochilus sp. Winner, People’s Choice Award
The compound THC enters the bloodstream after being inhaled into the lungs. The THC is carried to the heart where it is then pumped to the brain, causing many psychoactive effects.
The image is an overview of the spinal cord in a chick embryo. It portrays the yin-yang of embryonic development where two forces act synchronously to promote normal development.
This image comes from a model of a chemical separations column made from capillary-channel polymer fibers. sometimes unexpected but aesthetically pleasing results occur when using new software.
An interpretation of my project, studying the molecular evolution of Amaranth species. This is an image of Amaranthus caudatus represented as sequencing data.
Inspired by mathematical spirals, this piece includes three types of spirals - Archimedean, exponential, and Fermat's spiral. Who knew that the common fabric rosette could convey so much.
In an attempt to learn more about the keratin structure of a quill, electron microscopy was applied to a cross section that had been platinum coated.
This is an SEM image of the proboscis of a red-spotted purple butterfly. The margins represent the apical 20% of the proboscis, and the image shows the structures used to take in fluids.
Aerial view of two cotton varieties, one with transgenes for insect control (white), the other without transgenic technology (dark), spelling "Tigers" after significant injury from bollworm.