Chemical Reactions
Water molecules behave unexpectedly when supercooled inside nanopores made of silicon. Digitally painted for the cover of Science News magazine.
A landscape view of the supercooling process.
Microbes two miles beneath the surface of the Earth, far from the energy of the sun, subsist on chemical reactions from radioactive rocks and water. Digitally painted for the National Science Foundation.

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