NPR story on a new photojournal of teenagers. Some great shots.
A demo at the TED conference shows some pretty breathtaking views of some new software call photosynth and their approaches to interact with large sets of images and also to gather images of the same thing and merge them into composite images. I’m not quite sure if this can be applied to genomics visualization, but some of the ideas of stitching together these images would be interesting.
See the video on the TED site or lower res on youtube.
I found this first at Biocurious.com.
A picture of superhot plasma. Now how many heaters could you have run for the amount of electricty used to generate this…