unbelieveble images!!!! Nikon Small World microscope photography competition

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Every year, Nikon organize a Small World Photomicrography Competition. In this competion, organizers select the best biology images taken by scientists coming from different part of the world.

In 2012,  20 winning photographs were selected from nearly 2000 submissions for their originality, informational content and visual impact. Very nice photos!!!!!

link: http://www.microscopyu.com/smallworld/gallery/contests/2012/



Jennifer Peters and Michael Taylor, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Memphis, Tennessee. Subject: The blood-brain barrier in a live zebrafish embryo (20x).

Walter Piorkowski, South Beloit, Illinois. Subject: Live newborn lynx spider-lings (6x).

Dylan Burnette, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland. Subject: Human bone cancer (osteosarcoma) showing actin filaments (purple), mitochondria (yellow), and DNA (blue) (63x).

W. Ryan Williamson, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Ashburn, Virginia. Subject: Drosophila melanogaster visual system halfway through pupal development, showing retina (gold), photoreceptor axons (blue), and brain (green) (1,500x).

Honorio Cócera, University of Valencia, Valencia, Spain. Subject: Cacoxenite (mineral) from La Paloma Mine, Spain (18x).

Marek Mis, Marek Mis Photography, Suwalki, Poland. Subject: Cosmarium sp. (desmid) near a Sphagnum sp. leaf (100x).

Michael Bridge, HSC Core Research Facilities — Cell Imaging Lab, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah. Subject: Eye organ of a Drosophila melanogaster (third-instar larvae) (60x).

Gerd A.Guenther, Düsseldorf, Germany. Subject: Pleurobrachia sp. (sea gooseberry) larva (500x)

Geir Drange, Borgen, Norway. Subject: Myrmica sp. (ant) carrying its larva (5x).

Alvaro Migotto, University of São Paulo, Centro de Biologia Marinha, São Paulo Brazil. Subject: Brittle star (8x).

Jessica Von Stetina, Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Subject: Single optical section through the tip of the gut of a Drosophila melanogaster larva expressing a reporter for Notch signaling pathway activity (green), and stained with cytoskeletal (red) and nuclear (blue) markers (25x).

Esra Guc, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Lausanne, Switzerland. Subject: 3D lymphangiogenesis assay. Cells sprout from dextran beads embedded in fibrin gel (200x).

Diana Lipscomb, George Washington University, Washington, D.C. Subject: Sonderia sp. (a ciliate that preys upon various algae, diatoms, and cyanobacteria (400x).

José R. Almodovar Rivera, University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez, Puerto Rico. Pistil of the flower of Adenium obesum (10x).

Andrea Genre, Department of Life Sciences and Systems Biology, University of Turin, Italy. Section of a Coccinella (ladybug) leg (10x).

Douglas Moore, University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point. Subject: Fossilized Turitella agate containing Elimia tenera (freshwater snails) and ostracods (seed shrimp) (7x).

Charles Krebs, Charles Krebs Photography, Issaquah, Washington. Subject: Stinging nettle trichome on leaf vein (100x).

David Maitland, Feltwell, United Kingdom. Subject: Coral sand (100x).

Somayeh Naghiloo, Department of Plant Biology, University of Tabriz, Iran. Subject: Floral primordia of Allium sativum (garlic).

Dorit Hockman, University of Cambridge, Trinity College, Cambridge, United Kingdom. Subject: Molossus rufu (black mastiff bat) embryos.

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