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Rough endoplasmic reticulum: The cell city's industrial park article icon

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Rough endoplasmic reticulum: The cell city's industrial park

Why is a cell's rough endoplasmic reticulum similar to a city's industrial park?

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Cell membrane: The cell's city wall article icon

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Cell membrane: The cell's city wall

Why is a cell's membrane similar to a city wall?

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Cells are like cities article icon

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Cells are like cities

From the nucleus to the cell membrane - we explore the similarities between a cell's structure and a city. 

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Gold: Medicine for the Brain article icon

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Gold: Medicine for the Brain

Once used for decoration in the ancient world, discover why gold particles are now considered treasure in the world of medicine...

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Why are black and white cats black and white? And why are there piebald horses? article icon

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Why are black and white cats black and white? And why are there piebald horses?

Striped ponies and tuxedo cats might look gorgeous - but the mutation is a mild form of a much more serious cellular defect...

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All about chromosomes

Did you know that humans have more chromosomes per cell than a pig, but less than a chicken? Explore the fascinating world of chromosomes and why they are so important

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Your liquid crystal brain article icon

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Your liquid crystal brain

What does your brain have in common with handheld computer games? Discover ‘lyotropic’ liquid crystals (rather than the ‘thermotropic’ sort) - the ones found most commonly in nature.

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Lysosomes: The cell city's recycling plant article icon

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Lysosomes: The cell city's recycling plant

Why are a cell's lysosomes similar to a city's recycling plant?

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Mitochondria: The cell city's powerstation article icon

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Mitochondria: The cell city's powerstation

Why are a cell's mitochondria similar to a city's powerstation?

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Nucleus: The cell city's library article icon

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Nucleus: The cell city's library

Why is a cell's nucleus similar to a city's library or city hall?

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Ribosome: The cell city's factories article icon

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Ribosome: The cell city's factories

Why are a cell's ribosomes similar to a city's factories?

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Cell structure

The structure of a cell resembles the structure of a city - find out how with our interactive exploration.

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