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A few of my favs:

Volume Rendering of Human Embryo [Carnegie Stage 14 : Gestational Age 4 Weeks], by Seth Ruffins, AoS 2009
http://www.artofscience.caltech.edu/archive/2009/ruffins-s.html

Reconstruction of Complex, Fossilized Embryos from Pre-Cambrian Doushantuo Formation [Phosphate Deposits, Stereoblastula Stage], by Feng Gao, AoS 2010 http://www.artofscience.caltech.edu/exhibition/2010/gao.html

Gold Sculptures, SEM Polymer PhotoResist, by Dennis Callahan, AoS 2010 http://www.artofscience.caltech.edu/exhibition/2010/callahan-d.html

LaGrangian Coherent Structures, by Clara O'Farrell, AoS 2010 http://www.artofscience.caltech.edu/exhibition/2010/ofarrell2-c.html

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Comment by TINC on January 28, 2011 at 6:32pm
nice pics, thanks :)

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