David Millard, Hemiargus isola (Reakirt’s blue butterfly) egg on Mimosa strigillosa (pink powderpuff) bud
Nikon Small World awards microscope photographer cash prizes for their best microscope pictures each year, and 2016 has brought some truly beautiful images.
infinity-imagined: Coccolithophores are microscopic algae that first appeared 220 million years ago, and flourished during the cretaceous period. They constantly remove carbon from the atmosphere as they die and sink to the ocean floor, producing chalk.
RBCs, sickle cell anemia: The cell in front has the characteristic sickle-shape; the cell in back is normal (SEM).
BUTTERFLY EGGS Victorian microscope slide of arranged butterfly eggs and other tiny objects
Strawberries Under The Microscope
Drug-resistant bacteria are evolving faster than modern medicine can keep up – we now face the very real possibility of entering a post-antibiotic era
Fruits under the electronmicroscope
Microscopic nature - Rob Kesseler Rob Kesseler is a British photographer and schoolteacher taken with microscopic photography. His work is best described as a mix of science and art.