Jaromír Gumulec

Jaromír Gumulec

Jaromír Gumulec
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Confocal correlative microscopy with LSM 710 and AURIGA 60 (SEM function); Fluorescence signals of the beads (2, 3, 5µm) in confocal LSM detection is overlaid with SEM imaging. Sample by Jeffrey L. Caplan and Kirk J. Czymmek, Bioimaging Center, Delaware Biotechnology Institute. Imaging by ZEISS Microscopy Labs, Munich, Germany

Confocal correlative microscopy with LSM 710 and AURIGA 60 (SEM function); Fluorescence signals of the beads (2, 3, 5µm) in confocal LSM detection is overlaid with SEM imaging. Sample by Jeffrey L. Caplan and Kirk J. Czymmek, Bioimaging Center, Delaware Biotechnology Institute. Imaging by ZEISS Microscopy Labs, Munich, Germany

Fonts Used: Brandon Grotesque, Chaparral #Typewolf Typography Inspiration

Fonts Used: Brandon Grotesque, Chaparral #Typewolf Typography Inspiration

We take a look at the iconic #Lamborghini Miura. The original supercar! Click to see the 'daddy' of all supercars

We take a look at the iconic #Lamborghini Miura. The original supercar! Click to see the 'daddy' of all supercars

Phantom Corsair 1938 / Rust Heinz and Maurice Schwartz / Bohman & Schwartz Pasadena, CA / hidden in L.A. Noire

Phantom Corsair 1938 / Rust Heinz and Maurice Schwartz / Bohman & Schwartz Pasadena, CA / hidden in L.A. Noire

Away from prying eyes, a little-known collaboration between an Italian carrozzeria and Tatra.

Away from prying eyes, a little-known collaboration between an Italian carrozzeria and Tatra.

tatra t613 prototype 4 300x225 Tatra T613 Prototype (1970)

tatra t613 prototype 4 300x225 Tatra T613 Prototype (1970)

Jaguar E-Type - one of the most beautiful cars ever made. Click to buy the artwork. #autoart #autoawesome

Jaguar E-Type - one of the most beautiful cars ever made. Click to buy the artwork. #autoart #autoawesome

1989 Volvo 740 Turbo Wagon Ad

1989 Volvo 740 Turbo Wagon Ad

Mercedes-Benz 540 K Autobahn Kurier 1937-1939

Mercedes-Benz 540 K Autobahn Kurier 1937-1939

XB-70A parked on a ramp at Edwards Air Force Base in 1967. Originally designed as a Mach 3 bomber, the XB-70A never went into production and instead was used for flight research involving the Air Force and NASA's Flight Research Center FRC, which was a predecessor of today's NASA Dryden Flight Research Center.

XB-70A parked on a ramp at Edwards Air Force Base in 1967. Originally designed as a Mach 3 bomber, the XB-70A never went into production and instead was used for flight research involving the Air Force and NASA's Flight Research Center FRC, which was a predecessor of today's NASA Dryden Flight Research Center.