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collegehumor:

You’ve played all these games. You just didn’t know it.

Finish reading —> If Videogames Were Based on Your Actual Life

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kickass-pics:

Exactly.

kickass-pics:

Exactly.

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a-wesker-booty:

I didn’t choose the gaming life, the gaming life kicked me in the stomach, punched me in the throat, and then dragged me down into the inner depths of Hell, and now I’m stuck with all this emotional pain about fictional characters.

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icequeenthawing:

Well that’s one way to say it…

icequeenthawing:

Well that’s one way to say it…

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Flirting level: Gamer

Flirting level: Gamer

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Plants that fight cancer
This picture shows Catharanthus roseus (Madagascar periwinkle) alongside the structure of vinblastine, an alkaloid natural product.
This pretty plant makes hundreds of alkaloid natural products which are a rich resource for a wide range of applications, including the development of pharmaceuticals, insecticides and biomaterials.
Natural products from this plant have already given us some very important cancer-fighting medicines, for instance vinblastine is one of the compounds used in chemo-therapy.
Read more about BBSRC-funded scientists who are studying this plant and developing new industrial applications for the natural products.
Credit: Mr Andrew Davis

bbsrc:

Plants that fight cancer

This picture shows Catharanthus roseus (Madagascar periwinkle) alongside the structure of vinblastine, an alkaloid natural product.

This pretty plant makes hundreds of alkaloid natural products which are a rich resource for a wide range of applications, including the development of pharmaceuticals, insecticides and biomaterials.

Natural products from this plant have already given us some very important cancer-fighting medicines, for instance vinblastine is one of the compounds used in chemo-therapy.

Read more about BBSRC-funded scientists who are studying this plant and developing new industrial applications for the natural products.

Credit: Mr Andrew Davis

(via science-junkie)

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Congratulations to the Sherlock team! The show won 7 awards and is the biggest winner of the Emmys 2014!

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Alzheimer’s disease culture cells | Duck Bunny Theatre
Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of cells used in Alzheimer’s disease research. These cells have been genetically engineered to produce amyloid precursor protein (APP), which in turn forms the protein amyloid. Plaques of amyloid in the brain are a major pathological feature of Alzheimer’s disease. These cells are cultured from a nerve cancer (neuroblastoma), and have shorter and more numerous processes (dendrites and axons) than healthy nerve cells. Alzheimer’s is a brain- wasting disease common in the elderly. It causes confusion, memory loss, personality changes and eventually death. 

heythereuniverse:

Alzheimer’s disease culture cells | Duck Bunny Theatre

Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of cells used in Alzheimer’s disease research. These cells have been genetically engineered to produce amyloid precursor protein (APP), which in turn forms the protein amyloid. Plaques of amyloid in the brain are a major pathological feature of Alzheimer’s disease. These cells are cultured from a nerve cancer (neuroblastoma), and have shorter and more numerous processes (dendrites and axons) than healthy nerve cells. Alzheimer’s is a brain- wasting disease common in the elderly. It causes confusion, memory loss, personality changes and eventually death.