Scenedesmus and Chlorella are freshwater green algae found in local aquatic environments. We can design algal culture systems to produce biofuels or pharmaceuticals or treat wastes.
This young elephant will serve as an ambassador to tourists that visit Sri Lanakan National Parks every year, and tell the story of the continued fight for survival of a species in peril.
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.
This is a picture of the Chapel at the Air Force Academy in Colorado Spring, CO.
This picture of a chicken feather taken using light microscope came from a chicken that was used in developmental biology to study the genes involved in elongation of the spine.
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.
This colorized scanning electron microscope (SEM) image depicts fine organic deposits on the shell of a young oyster affected with juvenile oyster disease.
Image of a chicken embryo stained with Alcian Blue to visualize cartilage and Alizarin Red S to visualize bone.
Electrospinning has been used to produce nanofibers from recent years. It is a simple and inexpensive method to fabricate fibers in micro- or nano-scale.
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.
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.
Flowers being composted.
This is a woodburning of a SEM photograph of the cheliceral fang of the lampshade spider Hypochilus sp. Winner, People’s Choice Award
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.
Inverted ice crystal formations on the underside of a research high tunnel with the sun and the image of plants refracting through each ice formation.
The photo depicts Cuscuta spp. (dodder or love in tangle). The Cherokee word for this plant translates into English as 'it is married'.