On the right hand side is the x- versus y-coordinate plot of a single magnetic micrometer-sized particle responding to an external magnetic modulation while being attached on a macrophage membrane.
Presented in the photos are two separate neck braces for head, neck, and upper spine injury.
Scanning electron microscope image of an individual marine microplankton.
Using a magnetic pattern, thousands of 3D aggregates of cells containing magnetic nanoparticles were patterned onto a tiger paw and imaged using fluorescent microscopy.
No editing was done to this picture, it is an actual glimpse of an early, overcast, morning on the coast in Destin.
This is a photo of an Eastern Tent Caterpillar, a common “pest” in North America, captured on top of the surface of a car.
This image shows the typical problem which is called Plateau-Rayleigh Capillary instability of coating layers. The liquid films on cylindrical shell are unstable.
This photo illustrates the ability of a subcritical wet etching process to modify the surface of silicon wafers.
I created a functional and economical A.I.R.V.I.S. (Anthropometric Interactive Robot with Vision, Intelligence and Speech).
Transmembrane part of the Nicotinic Acetylcholine Receptor (nAChR) ion channel is shown (red helices) in model membrane (blue spheres).
The general aim of this study is to investigate biodegradable nanoparticles for targeted delivery of antioxidant drugs to the specific site of need.
These abstract prints create a subtle and natural gradient as they progress downwards. Each is a face of a slice of porous concrete at decreasing depth from a six inch tall cylinder.
“All Around Gene” illustrates how a single gene can have a role as diverse as shaping the development of the brain, wings, and legs.
A very-high resolution picture of tiny portion of a solid film is taken with scanning electron microscope or SEM. The deposited film is of a dielectric material called calcium copper titanate.
The above picture can be interpreted as somebody having a nice laugh. In reality, it is a part of the developing heart of a chick embryo.
This is a high magnification scanning electron microscopy image of scratch damage of a metallic “nanolaminate” film composed of twenty nanometer, alternating layers of copper and silver.