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Thursday, January 01, 2009

New Year, new life!


So new year - yet same old random bits of interesting stuff featured on this blog to inspire you, to challenge you and to help you avoid cliches in your writing and film making.

Last year, researchers from Germany created a specialized microscopic camera and observed the formation and growth of a zebrafish embryo. They watched it from a single cell until it reached a cluster of almost 16,000 individual cells.

In short - a timelapse of a creature forming. Check it!

The original research is here.
Download the film as a quicktime here.

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