This Lovely Music Video Is Also a Lesson in How Cells Grow

British digital artist Andy Lomas has created a virtual model of cellular growth, allowing us to watch as intricate bio-inspired sculptures slowly take shape. Recently, he collaborated with techno-producer Max Cooper to create a music video titled Seething, named for the unstoppable and unrelenting propagation of life. » 7/21/14 12:40pm Monday 12:40pm

Journey To 1898, When Analgesics Were Advertised With Images of Death

Via the Wash U. School of Medicine's Bernard Becker Medical Library comes a series of whimsically macabre calendar illustrations, created by physician and artist Louis Crusius at the turn of the 20th Century to advertise "Antikamnia," a patent painkiller once used to treat everything from "nervousness" to "sightseers'… » 7/17/14 2:20pm 7/17/14 2:20pm

This 360° Panoramic Time-lapse Of The Night Sky Is Incredible

Astrophotographer Vincent Brady rigged up four – four – DSLR cameras, each equipped with a fish-eye lens, into a filming contraption of his own design so he could capture the footage required for this gobstopping 360° panoramic time-lapse of the night sky. "Beautiful" doesn't begin to describe it. » 6/21/14 5:00pm 6/21/14 5:00pm

Otherworldly Images From National Geographic Traveler's Photo Contest

Every year, National Geographic Traveler invites readers to submit photographs of their travel experiences around the globe, but many of our favorite entries from this year's competition look like they could have been photographed on another world entirely. Here are some of our favorites. » 6/11/14 9:10am 6/11/14 9:10am

NASA's Art Contest For Kids Yields Results Impressive and Adorable

NASA's Langley Research Center held an art contest for K–12 students in the Hampton Roads Virginia Area. This year's theme was "The Future Is Now." "The idea was for young artists to take technologies that once seemed far away and explore how they were becoming reality today," said Kristina Ruhlman, LaRC outreach… » 5/31/14 8:45am 5/31/14 8:45am