A Shark's Skin Under an Electron Microscope
Iris of the Eye, by Scanning electron microscopy (Steve Gschmeissner/Science Photo Library)
These odd-looking creatures are, in fact, two-day-old zebrafish larvae, as seen through a scanning electron microscope.
Muscle fibre, SEM (Scanning Electron Microscope). I changed my mind, I want to be a scientist and study EVERYTHING!
Creepy crawlies: Amazing Scanning Electron Microscope pictures of insects and spiders - Telegraph
Bone tissue (imaged using a scanning electron microscope [SEM])
Butterfly wing scales via electron microscope. Love the clash of pastel and neon colours here against the plain black background
the internal architecture of bones : human bone under Scanning Electron Microscope
Human skin outermost layer
Microcosmos: scanning electron microscope images of insects, household items and…
“Human Cerebral Cortex,” Alfonso Rodríguez-Baeza and Marisa Ortega-Sánchez, scanning electron microscope, 2009
Micro Monsters: scanning electron microscope images of insects, spiders and creepy crawlies - Telegraph
Human hair, colored SEM. Hair shafts growing from the surface of human skin.
STEVE GSCHMEISSNER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY Blood clot. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of red blood cells (erythrocytes, red) clumped together with fibrin (brown) to form a blood clot. Magnification: x5000.
Colourised scanning electron microscope images of diatoms by Dr Paul Hargreaves and Faye Darling
Photographed on a scanning electron microscope of pollen, seeds, fruit and leaves.
You will never believe what these objects actually are! - Can you guess correctly?
Lung cancer cell (imaged using a scanning electron microscope [SEM])
TYWKIWDBI ("Tai-Wiki-Widbee"): Butterfly eggs
A Swiss scientists named Martin Oeggerli uses a Scanning Electron Microscope in his cellar to capture images of pollen grains.