Copper engraving of Doctor Schnabel [i.e Dr. Beak], a plague doctor in seventeenth-century Rome, with a satirical macaronic poem (‘Vos Creditis, als eine Fabel, / quod scribitur vom Doctor Schnabel’) in octosyllabic rhyming couplets.

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A black and blue, stylized facsimile of the earth viewed from space.

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Borne out of the CERN physics lab 20 years ago today, the World Wide Web created...

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Hundreds of red blood cells, platelets, and strands of fibrin begin to form, aggregate, and cluster at the endothelial wall periphery of the interior of a large-diameter blood vessel.

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Like Little Red Buttons

Shortly before our new site and blog launched, we updated our Demo Reels. The...

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