A recent article in Smithsonian Magazine features the work of Zachary Copfer, a biologist and artist who creates portraits of legendary icons such as Pablo Picasso, Leonardo da Vinci and Albert Einstein. One thing that makes Copfer’s work unique is his medium of choice; he employs a type of bacteria known as serratia marcescens that [...]
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The average child has over 60,000 miles (10+04) of blood vessels in his or her body, according to The Franklin Institute. Adults have even more—roughly 100,000 miles (10+05) of blood vessels. Laid out end to end, they would circle the earth four times and the moon nearly fifteen.