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7 thoughts on “Developmental biology art from Japan”

  1. This is awesome! One of the things I love about developmental biology (despite not specialising in this field) is the images it generates. Both awesome artwork like this and histological images as you’ve featured here before.

  2. We were just talking about science-art yesterday in lab; I had come across a reference to BevShots in my flight magazine, in which it was made reference to the fact that the scientist was selling this art out of his lab in order to fund said lab. And my colleague pointed me to the gorgeous images out of Ariel Ruiz y Altaba’s laboratory both on the lab website and in a gorgeous book, Embryonic Landscapes, available <a href="http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/8495273454/qid=987780955/102-8686580-2529753"from your favorite booksellers.

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