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lickystickypickyshe:

We went down a Lenny Kravitz hole.
[there are no words for the handsome of this creature man]

spaceexp:

Saturn Weather: Latest image of Saturn from Cassini

spaceexp:

Saturn Weather: Latest image of Saturn from Cassini

wild-earth:

wild-earth:

Matt Corby - Lonely Boy (The Black Keys Cover)

This guy is my favourite singer. Unique and amazing.

I’m going to forever reblog this from myself every once in a while.

(via wild-earth)

tuneage:

Interpol - All The Rage Back Home

The NYC stalwarts have returned with a new video, which opens like a hydrangea, slow and melancholic, before blooming into a thing of energetic beauty, with riffing guitar at its back and Paul Banks’ singular croon at its core. It’s driven, with rises and falls, with bouts of wistfulness, with a subdued sense that it’s all barely being kept under control.

In short, it’s Interpol — and it’s a great lead-in for El Pintor, their fifth album, due September 8th. 

futureofscience:

Researchers regrow corneas, first known tissue grown from an adult human stem cell

"Researchers have identified a way to enhance regrowth of human corneal tissue to restore vision, using a molecule known as ABCB5 that acts as a marker for hard-to-find limbal stem cells. The research is also one of the first known examples of constructing a tissue from an adult-derived human stem cell."

Photo caption: “This is a restored functional cornea following transplantation of human limbal stem cells to limbal stem cell-deficient mice.” Credit: Paraskevi Evi Kolovou, Bruce Ksander, and Natasha and Markus Frank

futureofscience:

Researchers regrow corneas, first known tissue grown from an adult human stem cell

"Researchers have identified a way to enhance regrowth of human corneal tissue to restore vision, using a molecule known as ABCB5 that acts as a marker for hard-to-find limbal stem cells. The research is also one of the first known examples of constructing a tissue from an adult-derived human stem cell."

Photo caption: “This is a restored functional cornea following transplantation of human limbal stem cells to limbal stem cell-deficient mice.” Credit: Paraskevi Evi Kolovou, Bruce Ksander, and Natasha and Markus Frank