dinopuncher:

*tips chromosomes* m’tosis

  
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everking:

tim as selina’s protégé seems to be really popular, but personally i think jason makes a lot more sense. though, really, i just wanted to draw jason in latex. inspiration taken from this illustration!
& a bonus doodle

everking:

tim as selina’s protégé seems to be really popular, but personally i think jason makes a lot more sense. though, really, i just wanted to draw jason in latex. inspiration taken from this illustration!

& a bonus doodle

  
  

raze-occam:

I’m addicted to this song again right now. It’s just beautiful and really calming

june2734:

Satoshi Kon’s Paprika(2006)

theweniswarmer:

demiaoba:

WELCOME TO ELECTROSWING HELL - jazzy, trip-hoppy, electroswingy mix
Pepper Steak Alias Conrad Coldwood || Booty Swing Parov Stelar || That Man Caro Emerald || Dixie Biscuit Tape Five (ft. Henrik Wager) || Why Don’t You Gramophonedzie || Brotherswing Caravan Palace || Fel Del Av Gården Movits! || Washington Square The Correspondents || Sweet Sugar Swing Lyre Le Temps || Get A Move On Mr. Scruff || Mr. Joe’s Café Odjbox || Delight Jamie Berry (ft. Octavia Rose) || Crazy In Love Swing Republic || I’ve Got That Tune Chinese Man || Moriarty Boogie Belgique
listen

HELL YEAH HELL YEAH HELL YEAH

theweniswarmer:

demiaoba:

WELCOME TO ELECTROSWING HELL - jazzy, trip-hoppy, electroswingy mix

Pepper Steak Alias Conrad Coldwood || Booty Swing Parov Stelar || That Man Caro Emerald || Dixie Biscuit Tape Five (ft. Henrik Wager) || Why Don’t You Gramophonedzie || Brotherswing Caravan Palace || Fel Del Av Gården Movits! || Washington Square The Correspondents || Sweet Sugar Swing Lyre Le Temps || Get A Move On Mr. Scruff || Mr. Joe’s Café Odjbox || Delight Jamie Berry (ft. Octavia Rose) || Crazy In Love Swing Republic || I’ve Got That Tune Chinese Man || Moriarty Boogie Belgique

listen

HELL YEAH HELL YEAH HELL YEAH

(Source: americhus)

kurapiikas:

Kurapiikas:

“And now...farewell to kindness, humanity and gratitude. I have substituted myself for Providence in rewarding the good; may the God of vengeance now yield me His place to punish the wicked.” 
➥ Happy birthday Kurapika {3-3}

Braum + Poro 

Braum + Poro 

(Source: unsoothed)

pixalry:

Kanto Illustrations #050 - 073 - Created by Piper Thibodeau

Piper’s fantastic series to illustrate the entire Pokedex marches on, and here is the latest installment! As usual, Piper’s take on each Pokemon is fun, creative, and delightfully well executed. Be sure to follow along on Tumblr or Twitter for all the latest updates.

You can also check out #001 - 026 here or #027 - 049 here.

bpod-mrc:

22 April 2014
Nobel Nerves
Italian neurologist Rita Levi-Montalcini – born on this day in 1909 – received the 1986 Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine, along with Stanley Cohen, for their discovery that a protein called nerve growth factor plays a key role in the development of the nervous system. But particularly remarkable is how Levi-Montalcini managed to conduct her research at a time when Mussolini prevented non-Aryan Italian citizens from having academic careers. This impelled Levi-Montalcini to set up a laboratory in her bedroom at her family home in Turin. Following heavy bombing by English and American forces, she left Turin to rebuild her mini-laboratory in a cottage in the country. When the German army invaded Italy, she fled to Florence to work as a doctor for war refugees. After the war, she went to Washington University, St. Louis, USA, and remained there for thirty years. She died in December 2012 aged 103.
Written by Nick Kennedy
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Image courtesy of audrey_sel on Flickr Originally published under a Creative Commons Licence
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bpod-mrc:

22 April 2014

Nobel Nerves

Italian neurologist Rita Levi-Montalcini – born on this day in 1909 – received the 1986 Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine, along with Stanley Cohen, for their discovery that a protein called nerve growth factor plays a key role in the development of the nervous system. But particularly remarkable is how Levi-Montalcini managed to conduct her research at a time when Mussolini prevented non-Aryan Italian citizens from having academic careers. This impelled Levi-Montalcini to set up a laboratory in her bedroom at her family home in Turin. Following heavy bombing by English and American forces, she left Turin to rebuild her mini-laboratory in a cottage in the country. When the German army invaded Italy, she fled to Florence to work as a doctor for war refugees. After the war, she went to Washington University, St. Louis, USA, and remained there for thirty years. She died in December 2012 aged 103.

Written by Nick Kennedy

Image courtesy of audrey_sel on Flickr
Originally published under a Creative Commons Licence

You can also follow BPoD on Twitter and Facebook

zoroko:

zoroko:

It’s Prismo! Because of reasons!
I doodle fan-art when I’m in a major art slump, better than nothing?! hueheheh

I feel compelled to reblog my old Prismo doodle because of last episode…. :< 

zoroko:

zoroko:

It’s Prismo! Because of reasons!

I doodle fan-art when I’m in a major art slump, better than nothing?! hueheheh

I feel compelled to reblog my old Prismo doodle because of last episode…. :<