Science can be beautiful
Certainly Michael Chrisman's photograph of the Royal Ontario Museum's new powder diffractometer is. Apparently this machine used to see inside the atomic structures of crystals. Yup.
Read the whole Torontoist article about the ROM's Collections and Research Building (not the
has more beautiful images of empty rooms and places, if you're into that sort of thing. (I am).
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