By advanced microscopes and high-speed equipment, Linden Gledhill, an artist and trained biochemist, captured beautiful macro photos of butterfly wings. These delicate and petal-like structures covering butterfly wings make up ever-changing patterns and vivid colors.
Detailed butterfly wings under microscopes
Innovative pets communication system
3D printed sugar sculptures
Edible water bubbles alternative to plastic bottles and cups
Scenes from popular movies revealing before-and-after computer-enhanced visual effects
Awesome tomato-potato plant hybrid
Cool device - Dynamic shape display
Modern Speedshop Type One garage
Weirdly alien-looking sea creatures discovered from the deep
Beautiful close-up photographs of chemical elements
Washing hands with plasma gas
Unique passageway connecting Denmark and Sweden - A bridge, a tunnel and a man-made island between C...
Images of rocket flames of the most powerful rocket booster engine captured by NASA's new camera sys...
Unique sports car equipped with four steering front wheels
Macro insect images made of thousands of separate photos scanned nanometer by nanometer with microsc...
The World's Oldest Tree Was Discovered In Sweden As Old As 9,500 Years Old
Science experiments you can do with liquid at home
Wind and solar powered micro-home that can be taken anywhere on earth
New Starpath Technology
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One man all by himself repopulates rare pipevine swallowtail butterfly in his backyard