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In this electron micrograph, a human white blood cell is trapping bacterial cells. This type of cell defends the body against pathogens and other harmful particles by engulfing foreign objects and destroying them with the help of enzymes from the cell's lysosomes.

In this electron micrograph, a human white blood cell is trapping bacterial cells. This type of cell defends the body against pathogens and other harmful particles by engulfing foreign objects and destroying them with the help of enzymes from the cell's lysosomes.

Drawings by Katie Scott

Drawings by Katie Scott

Love the botanical illustration inspired work of Katie Scott

Love the botanical illustration inspired work of Katie Scott

Electron Microscope Image of Coccolithophorid Marine Organism - FEI

Electron Microscope Image of Coccolithophorid Marine Organism - FEI

To me, there is no difference, between minerals, vegetables, and animals

To me, there is no difference, between minerals, vegetables, and animals

Bacterial Communication! Awesome.

Bacterial Communication! Awesome.

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jellyfish-underwater-photography-alexander-semenov-16

bacterial garden watercolor

bacterial garden watercolor


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Katie Scott is a freelance illustrator currently based in London. Her imagination, rooted in a scientific vocabulary, evolves from a complex research in pattern and colours combinations: human anatomy, biological atlases and generic "cabinets of curiosities" are all visual excuses to...

Imaginary anatomy by Katie Scott

Katie Scott is a freelance illustrator currently based in London. Her imagination, rooted in a scientific vocabulary, evolves from a complex research in pattern and colours combinations: human anatomy, biological atlases and generic "cabinets of curiosities" are all visual excuses to...

Katie Scott’s Science Inspired Drawings: Katie Scott is an illustrator and printmaker from England. Her works are equal parts 19th century science illustration and tarot card mysticism. Once you look at them long enough, all plants, and living organisms in general, start looking like inspired sculptures. Check out everything on her website, then go to the park and look at the plants!

Katie Scott’s Science Inspired Drawings: Katie Scott is an illustrator and printmaker from England. Her works are equal parts 19th century science illustration and tarot card mysticism. Once you look at them long enough, all plants, and living organisms in general, start looking like inspired sculptures. Check out everything on her website, then go to the park and look at the plants!

Stand straight, stand strong

Stand straight, stand strong

foto van rode en witte bloedcellen

foto van rode en witte bloedcellen

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Fantastical Bio-scientific Thoughts - Katie Scott

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Bacteriophage via Electron Microscope (Whattttt??? Can't imagine something like this and IT'S REAL!!! AND in us!)

Bacteriophage via Electron Microscope (Whattttt??? Can't imagine something like this and IT'S REAL!!! AND in us!)

A white blood cell phagocyte (red) wraps itself around  Mycobacterium tuberculosis Bacteria, the causative agent of most cases of Tuberculosis.

A white blood cell phagocyte (red) wraps itself around Mycobacterium tuberculosis Bacteria, the causative agent of most cases of Tuberculosis.

A scanning electron microscope image of spider silk glands making a thread.

A scanning electron microscope image of spider silk glands making a thread.

Conducto de Vida (Passage of Life)    Artery with red blood cells, Electron Microscopy

Conducto de Vida (Passage of Life) Artery with red blood cells, Electron Microscopy

Katie Scott.

Katie Scott.

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