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Anaesthetic inhibiting an ion channel C015/6718
Anaesthetic inhibiting an ion channel C015/6718
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Amitriptyline antidepressant molecule
Amitriptyline antidepressant molecule
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Creatine amino acid molecule
Creatine amino acid molecule
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Nanotube technology
Nanotube technology
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Zinc fingers bound to a DNA strand
Zinc fingers bound to a DNA strand
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Manganese superoxide dismutase enzyme F006/9423
Manganese superoxide dismutase enzyme F006/9423
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SARS coronavirus protein
SARS coronavirus protein
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Levofloxacin antibiotic molecule
Levofloxacin antibiotic molecule
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Nanotube technology, conceptual artwork
Nanotube technology, conceptual artwork
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Vioxx drug molecule
Vioxx drug molecule
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Carbon nanotube
Carbon nanotube
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Buckyball molecule C320, artwork
Buckyball molecule C320, artwork
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Nanotube technology

Nanotube technology. Computer artwork of four cylindrical fullerenes (carbon nanotubes) of varying size, with the smaller ones nested inside the larger ones. A possible application of such a structure is to have the nanotubes telescope in and out and oscillate at a high frequency, forming a nanoscale radio transmitter. The hexagonal carbon structure of the nanotubes is shown here. Fullerenes are a structural form (allotrope) of carbon. Theoretically, a wide range of molecular shapes can be engineered at the molecular level using fullerenes. Such structures are being investigated for a wide range of technological and medical uses

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Nanotube technology, computer artwork
Nanotube technology, computer artwork
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Fullerene molecule, computer artwork
Fullerene molecule, computer artwork
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Buckyball molecule
Buckyball molecule
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Illustration of oxygen molecules
Illustration of oxygen molecules
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Molecular model of Formic Acid, digital illustration
Molecular model of Formic Acid, digital illustration
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Molecular model of Hydrogen Sulphide, digital illustration
Molecular model of Hydrogen Sulphide, digital illustration
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Molecular model of Ammonia, digital illustration
Molecular model of Ammonia, digital illustration
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Three dimensional digital illustration of molecular structure of Ozone
Three dimensional digital illustration of molecular structure of Ozone
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Digital illustration of protein development within cells
Digital illustration of protein development within cells
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Illustration of water molcules
Illustration of water molcules
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Digital illustration of blue atom on white background
Digital illustration of blue atom on white background
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Illustration of molecule structure of Buckminsterfullerene, an allotrope of carbon
Illustration of molecule structure of Buckminsterfullerene, an allotrope of carbon
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Buckyball molecule

Buckyball molecule. Computer artwork of a molecule of buckminsterfullerene (C60), a spherical fullerene and the first fullerene to be discovered (in 1985). It is named after the architect Richard Buckminster Fuller, who popularised geodesic domes of a similar shape. Fullerenes are a structural type (allotrope) of carbon. The molecular model here shows the spherical arrangement of the 60 carbon atoms in rings of pentagons and hexagons. The spherical fullerenes are sometimes referred to as buckyballs. As of 2006, research was being conducted into the use of fullerenes for medical purposes. Fullerenes are also being investigated for their physical and chemical properties

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Buckyballs floating in interstellar space near a region of current star-formation
Buckyballs floating in interstellar space near a region of current star-formation
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Artists concept showing carbon balls ejecting out from a dying white star in a planetary
Artists concept showing carbon balls ejecting out from a dying white star in a planetary
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Artists concept of a quest to find new forms of energy
Artists concept of a quest to find new forms of energy
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An android learns to use the power of the atom
An android learns to use the power of the atom
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Conceptual image of polyomavirus
Conceptual image of polyomavirus
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Microscopic view of DNA binding
Microscopic view of DNA binding
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Conceptual image of enterokinase
Conceptual image of enterokinase
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Microscopic view of DNA
Microscopic view of DNA
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Conceptual image of a ubiquitous virus
Conceptual image of a ubiquitous virus
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Conceptual image of DNA
Conceptual image of DNA
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Cluster of DNA strands
Cluster of DNA strands
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Argonaute protein molecule F006/9526
Argonaute protein molecule F006/9526
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Artists concept showing carbon balls ejecting out from a dying white star in a planetary Featured Image

Artists concept showing carbon balls ejecting out from a dying white star in a planetary

Artist's concept showing carbon balls coming out from the type of object where they were discovered, a dying star and the material it sheds, known as a planetary nebula. The official name of these carbon balls is a buckminsterfullerene, and often referred to as buckyballs. Buckyballs are made up of 60 carbon atoms organized into spherical structures that resemble soccer balls.
The Spitzer Space Telescope was able to find convincing signs of buckyballs using its sensitive infrared vision. The telescope found the molecules, as well as their elongated, rugby-ball-like relatives, called C70, in the material around a dying star, or planetary nebula, called Tc 1. The star at the center of Tc 1 was once similar to our sun but as it aged, it sloughed off its outer layers, leaving only a dense white dwarf star. Astronomers believe buckyballs were created in shed layers of carbon that blew off the star.
Tc 1 does not show up that well in images, so a picture of the NGC 2440 nebula was used in this artist's conception

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DNA structure, artwork C017/7218
DNA structure, artwork C017/7218
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Aspartic molecule
Aspartic molecule
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Argonaute protein and microRNA F006/9752
Argonaute protein and microRNA F006/9752
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Immunoglobulin G antibody and egg white F006/9682
Immunoglobulin G antibody and egg white F006/9682
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Succinyl-CoA synthetase enzyme F006/9592
Succinyl-CoA synthetase enzyme F006/9592
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Rhinovirus 16 capsid, molecular model F006/9431
Rhinovirus 16 capsid, molecular model F006/9431
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Citrate acid cycle enzyme F006/9305
Citrate acid cycle enzyme F006/9305
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Adenovirus hexon protein
Adenovirus hexon protein
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Caduceus with DNA, artwork C013/9990
Caduceus with DNA, artwork C013/9990
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DNA components, artwork C017/7350
DNA components, artwork C017/7350
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Diamond structure, artwork C017/7074
Diamond structure, artwork C017/7074
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Antibodies attacking a virus, artwork F007/6624
Antibodies attacking a virus, artwork F007/6624
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