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A New Look at Food (17 pics)

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Scanning electron micrographs create these unique images of food.

This broccoli floret looks like a tulip.

1 A New Look at Food (17 pics)

This alien planet is, in fact, a simple blueberry under the scanning electron microscope.


2 A New Look at Food (17 pics)

A coloured scanning electron micrograph of a salt grain.


3 A New Look at Food (17 pics)

A coloured scanning electron micrograph of Aero mint bubble chocolate.


4 A New Look at Food (17 pics)

A coloured scanning electron micrograph of a strawberry.


5 A New Look at Food (17 pics)

A coloured scanning electron micrograph of the open fruit and seeds from a bird's eye chilli.




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A coloured scanning electron micrograph of raw meat.


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A coloured scanning electron micrograph of cooked meat.


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A coloured scanning electron micrograph of a white grape.


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A coloured scanning electron micrograph of saffron.


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A coloured scanning electron micrograph of the centre of a dried star anise fruit.


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A coloured scanning electron micrograph of instant coffee granules.


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A coloured scanning electron micrograph of sugar.


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A coloured scanning electron micrograph of aspartame, a sweetener used as an alternative to sugar.


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A coloured scanning electron micrograph of a tomato.


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A coloured scanning electron micrograph of a roasted coffee bean.


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A coloured scanning electron micrograph of Romanesco broccoli.


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№1 Author: spring87 (13 Feb 2013 04:12) Total user comments: 600


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Wow, things look more interesting when viewed under a microscope!
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№2 Author: quackers (13 Feb 2013 11:24) Total user comments: 4829


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the Mint bubble look the same to me, but the rest were great :04: ,.,.
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№3 Author: Lu (13 Feb 2013 17:43) Total user comments: 14850


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Always a good post.
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№4 Author: hsham (13 Feb 2013 22:07) Total user comments: 157


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GOOD
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№5 Author: johnny Reynoso (14 Feb 2013 01:26) Total user comments: 3712


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:10 :15: muy cerca ahhaah
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№6 Author: mahedi (16 Feb 2013 19:57) Total user comments: 10760


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Amazing new look
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