Ok so I’ve been following @popanimalls for a long time on DA and this is by far one of my favorite artists. The way she draws expressions is just 👌🏼👌🏼 And her ocs omj. I love them all. So here’s a little doodle of Khaled in my style, I hope you’ll like it! I’m prolly gonna do some other fanart of those ocs because they’re so good aaa #doctor#science#scientist#doodle#doodleart#sketch
An improved and cleaned up version of this drawing. https://www.instagram.com/p/BwBJ3gwnH_O/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link And to recap, this was part of an interesting animatic assignment I've been working on this semester where we have to use two characters, a prop, and a background. My characters were scientist and an absent minded character, a smart phone, and boat. Then I made three different ideas for a story and did three different character design sets. This is the second idea which is where I thought it might be fun to take the absent minded character concept to a whole new extreme. The result was the scientist put in own brain into a robot so that his brain is free to focus on intellectual problems while his absent minded body does minimal labor and posts updates on his social media. #brain#robot#scientist#characterdesign#digitaldrawing#flatcolor#heightchart#madscientist#photoshop#animationidea
Did you know? One of the most important goals of Tisch MSRCNY is to provide research opportunities for young science graduates that enable them to become career scientists. Since its inception in 2006, we have trained over 100 college graduates as research assistants (RAs) for 2-year rotations!
Back and biceps today! ... ☝️lat pulldown ... 🤙bent over cable low row. First time doing this one. It felt really good, similar to a bent over row and easy to control. ... 👌cable curl. I LOVE doing this exercise. It's so fun and makes me feel cool. I'm working really hard on my biceps and trying to get them to start showing more
Way to go Dr. Greg Dussor! "A new preclinical study from University of Texas at Dallas researchers may help explain why migraine is three times more common in women than men." Click the link in bio @tedsbrainscience to read this article
🔆G proteins (guanine nucleotide-binding proteins)🔆 🧬 family of proteins 🧬act as molecular switches inside cells 🧬involved in transmitting signals from a variety of stimuli outside a cell to its interior 🧬Their activity is regulated by factors that control their ability to bind to and hydrolyze (GTP) to (GDP) 🧬bound to GTP👉🏻 they are 'on', 🧬bound to GDP👉🏻 they are 'off' 🧬G proteins belong to the larger group of enzymes 👉🏻 GTPases 🔬classes of G proteins👉🏻 * function as monomeric small GTPases (small G-proteins) * function as heterotrimeric G protein complexes 🧬Heterotrimeric G proteins located within the cell are activated by G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs) that span the cell membrane 🧬GPCRs and G proteins working together transmit signals from many 👉🏻 hormones, neurotransmitters, and other signaling factors 🧬G proteins regulate metabolic enzymes, ion channels, transporter proteins, and other parts of the cell machinery, controlling transcription, motility, contractility, and secretion, which in turn regulate diverse systemic functions such as embryonic development, learning and memory, and homeostasis. 🔬Function🔬 🧬 are important signal transducing molecules in cells 🧬"Malfunction of GPCR signaling pathways are involved in many diseases👉🏻 diabetes, blindness, allergies, depression, cardiovascular defects, and certain forms of cancer. 🧬It is estimated that about 30% of the modern drugs' cellular targets are GPCRs 🧬The human genome encodes roughly 800 G protein-coupled receptors, which detect photons of light, hormones, growth factors, drugs, and other endogenous ligands #biochemistry#medicallaboratoryscience#protein#doctor#biology#science#scientist#hematology#immunology#phd#phdlife#study#nutrition#pharmacy#medicine#medical#biomedicalscience#disease#nurse#medic @biochemistry_nutrition_medlab
We partnered with @gdigm to conduct a study about representations of women STEM characters in media and what girls and women think about STEM. These are the results from “Portray Her: Representations of Women STEM Characters in Media.” If you know a #womaninstem who is proud and eager to serve as a #stem role model, please encourage her to apply to the @AAAS IF/THEN Ambassadors program designed to empower the next generation of STEM role models. #linkinbio#shecanstem#ifshecanseeitshecanbeit