Image of the Week #112 October 8th, 2013: From: The Smallest and Deadliest Kingslayer in the World by Becky Crew at Running Ponies. Source: GondwanaGirl Discovered and named in 2007, Malo kingi, also called the Common Kingslayer, is an extremely venomous, very small sea jelly.
Image of the Week #111 September 30th, 2013: From: How Fossil Fish Make Front-Page News by Kalliopi Monoyios at Symbiartic. Source: Brian Choo Often the highest calling for an artist can be to describe humanity’s place in the world.
Image of the Week #110 September 26th, 2013: From: The world at night – blacklighting: how it works and some amazing photos by Felicity Muth at Not bad science.
Image of the Week #109, September 16th, 2013: [Click to see large] From: Raising the Costa Concordia Shipwreck: How Do They Do It? by Mark Fischetti at Observations.
Image of the Week #108, September 11th, 2013: From: Waxbows: The Incredible Beauty of a Blown Out Candle by Kyle Hill at But Not Simpler. Source: Grover Schrayer With video so widely available, why would anyone choose to make still image?
Image of the Week #107, September 6th, 2013: From: Introducing: The Food Matters Crew by Layla Eplett, Pamela Ronald, Kathleen Raven, Julianne Wyrick, Kevin Bonham, Patrick Mustain and See Arr Oh at Food Matters.
Image of the Week #106, August 26th, 2013: From: Earth Waves To Saturn: The Pictures by Caleb A. Scharf at Life, Unbounded. Source: NASA/JPL-Caltech NASA as an organization is positioned to deliver some of the greatest and most inspiring images in human history and they don’t shirk from that duty.
Image of the Week #105, August 21st, 2013: From: The Real Neuroscience of Creativity by Scott Barry Kaufman at Beautiful Minds. Source: Advertising Agency: Shalmor Avnon Amichay/Y&R Interactive, Tel Aviv, Israel, modified by io9.
Image of the Week #104, August 13th, 2013: From: Physics Week in Review: August 10, 2013 by Jennifer Ouellette at Cocktail Party Physics. Source: Nickolay Lamm Cocktail Party Physics is never a blog to shy away from stunning imagery.
Image of the Week #103, August 5th, 2013: From: Photoblogging: Flamingo Family by Jason G. Goldman at The Thoughtful Animal. Source: Jason G.
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