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Red Caffeine

Blue Caffeine

Purple Caffeine

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Green Caffeine

Purple Tissues

Purple Model organisms

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Blue Neurons

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Indigo Neurons

Neurons, or nerve cells, are the basic building blocks of our brains, passing information in the form of electrical and chemical signals between each other and also other cells. Your brain contains over 80 billion neurons and in terms of function their role is endless;…

Blue Genetic Editing

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Aqua DNA pattern

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Purple Influenza

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Blue Influenza

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Red Blood Cells Pattern

Red blood cells, also known as erythrocytes, are the most common type of blood cells and are responsible for delivery oxygen to our tissues. They make up around 70% of an adult human’s cells. A red blood cell is around 7 microns in size, with…

Steatosis (fatty liver)

Steatosis, otherwise known as fatty liver, can be associated with a number of underlying medical diseases. The prevalence of steatosis has been estimated to be as high as 39% in some populations, and this is growing due to the increase in obesity although factors such…

Model organisms (monochrome)

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White blood Cells

White blood cells, also known as leukocytes, are important in keeping us healthy and are responsible for killing pathogens such as bacteria. One way that white blood cells eliminate pathogens is to “eat them” (phagocytosis). White blood cells need to move from the blood stream…

Blue molecular wireframes

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Indigo CRISPR

Did you know there is a “cut and paste” tool that can be used for DNA editing? CRISPR (Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeats) consists of two components; the Cas9 protein that can cut DNA and the guide RNA that can recognise the sequence of…

Red CRISPR

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Aqua CRISPR

Did you know there is a “cut and paste” tool that can be used for DNA editing? CRISPR (Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeats) consists of two components; the Cas9 protein that can cut DNA and the guide RNA that can recognise the sequence of…

Red blue CRISPR

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Black Neurons

Neurons, or nerve cells, are the basic building blocks of our brains, passing information in the form of electrical and chemical signals between each other and also other cells. Your brain contains over 80 billion neurons and in terms of function their role is endless;…

Green Neurons

Neurons, or nerve cells, are the basic building blocks of our brains, passing information in the form of electrical and chemical signals between each other and also other cells. Your brain contains over 80 billion neurons and in terms of function their role is endless;…

Red Bacteria

Bacteria have a very bad reputation but while some bacteria can make us sick other types of bacteria are also very good for us. In fact, our gut is home to an estimated 100 trillion “good” bacteria, which we couldn’t live without. Bacteria are not…

Indigo Bacteria

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Black bacteria

Bacteria have a very bad reputation but while some bacteria can make us sick other types of bacteria are also very good for us. In fact, our gut is home to an estimated 100 trillion “good” bacteria, which we couldn’t live without. Bacteria are not…

Rhinovirus

Different types of respiratory virus can cause the common cold but the Rhinovirus is by far the most common. In fact, Rhinoviruses are responsible for about 35% of all colds, with each adult experiencing an average of 2-3 colds each year around the world! Rhinoviruses…

Alcohol Dehydrogenase

Ethanol, found in most alcoholic drinks, is toxic so how do we survive a night out at the bar? Our body uses the enzyme alcohol dehydrogenase to convert ethanol to a different substance, acetaldehyde, which in turn is converted to acetic acid which is used…