Marvel at 2013's best microscopic photography
Life's Littlest Pleasures Make Amazing Microscope Photos - This amazing microscope image of a carnivorous bladderwort is this year's winner of the Olympus BioScapes digital imaging competition.
Dr. Alan R. Prescott University of Dundee CHIPs, School of Life Sciences Dundee, UK Cells showing small heat shock protein localized to intermediate filaments (100x)
Neurons growing over astrocytes in a human stem cell embryo body; (20x) - Confocal
Confocal micrograph showing the expression of different fluorescent proteins in the stem of a thale cress seedling (Arabidopsis thaliana).
Confocal microscopy of plant tissues (Microscope slide from Jim: www.flickr.com/photos/haseloff/ )
Brain neurons, light micrograph. This looks like a fab expressionistic painting.
Fernan Federici, Confocal microscopy of plants (specimen microsection from Jim Haseloff's colllection).
Seventh prize: Beta-tubulin expression of a Drosophila third instar larval brain, with attached eye imaginal discs. Captured using confocal microscopy by Christian Klämbt and Imke Schmidt, of the University of Münster, Germany
Intestine section with prominently stained epithelial cells comprising the intestinal villi. Confocal microscopy