‘Purple and mossie’ by Steve Axford
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Xylem plant cells, SEM - Stock Image - C001/2573
Xylem plant cells. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of xylem cells from a plant leaf.
Fly proboscis, SEM - Stock Image - Z340/0591
Fly proboscis. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the tip of the proboscis (snout) of an unidentified fly (order Diptera).
An Intricate Cross-Section of the Brain Depicted With Thousands of Layers of Gold Leaf
Taking nearly two years to complete, artist and neuroscientist Dr. Greg Dunn, along with his collaborator Dr. Brian Edwards, have mapped the neurons in the brain for a series of images titled Self Reflected. Produced through a technique they call reflective microetching, the two cross-disciplinary a
heythereuniverse: “ Showing some skin and a little leg | SouthernBreeze Scanning electron micrograph showing the highly ornamented skin of the rear leg of a rare soil mite. Image was taken for the...
Cancer has been recognized as a disease since the time of the ancient Egyptians. Ancient manuscripts from the seventeenth century BC describe a “bulging mass in the breast” — believed to be the first…
Human neural rosette primordial brain cells | 2016 Photomicrography Competition
Gist Croft - Human neural rosette primordial brain cells, differentiated from embryonic stem cells in the culture dish (used to study brain development and Huntington’s disease)
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