The Nikon Small World 2019 Competition Just Happened & Here Are The Top 20 Winners

The Nikon Small World 2019 Competition Just Happened & Here Are The Top 20 Winners

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The Nikon Small World Photomicrography Competition has been held for forty-five years now, celebrating the mesmerizing microscopic world and allowing scientists and enthusiasts alike to share their scientific and stunning images. Over 2000 photographs were submitted for the competition with micro-photographers from nearly 100 countries. The judges picked their top 20 images and the photo of a turtle embryo took the first place. Scroll down below to see all 20 photographs that made it to the final winner’s list.
More info: Nikon Small World#1 Small White Hair Spider6th Place: Javier Rupérez, Almáchar, Málaga, Spain. Reflected Light, Image Stacking, 20x (Objective Lens Magnification).Image credits: Javier Rupérez#2 Pregnant Daphnia Magna (Small Planktonic Crustacean)15th Place: Marek Miś, Marek Miś Photography, Suwalki, Podlaskie, Poland. Modified Darkfield, Polarized Light, Image Stacking, 4x (Objective Lens Magnification).Image credits: Marek Miś#3 Fluorescent Turtle Embryo1st Place: Teresa Zgoda & Teresa Kugler, Campbell Hall, New York, USA. Stereomicroscopy, Fluorescence, 5x (Objective Lens Magnification).Image credits: Teresa Zgod#4 Tulip Bud Cross Section9th Place: Andrei Savitsky, Cherkassy, Ukraine. Reflected Light, 1x (Objective Lens Magnification). Image credits: Andrei Savitsky#5 Cuprite (Mineral Composed Of Copper Oxide)13th Place: Dr. Emilio Carabajal Márquez, Madrid, Spain. Focus Stacking, 20x (Objective Lens Magnification).Image credits: Dr. Emilio Carabajal Márquez#6 Vitamin C17th Place: Karl Deckart, Eckental, Bavaria, Germany. Brightfield, Polarized Light, 4x (Objective Lens Magnification).Image credits: Karl Deckart#7 Alligator Embryo Developing Nerves And Skeleton3rd Place: Daniel Smith Paredes & Dr. Bhart-Anjan S. Bhullar, Yale University, Department of Geology and Geophysics, New Haven, Connecticut, USA. Immunofluorescence, 10x (Objective Lens Magnification).Image credits: Daniel Smith Paredes & Dr. Bhart-Anjan S. Bhullar#8 Snowflake5th Place: Caleb Foster, Caleb Foster Photography, Jericho, Vermont, USA. Transmitted Light, 4x (Objective Lens Magnification).Image credits: Caleb Foster Photography#9 Male Mosquito4th Place: Jan Rosenboom, Universität Rostock, Rostock, Mecklenburg Vorpommern, Germany. Focus Stacking, 6.3x (Objective Lens Magnification).Image credits: Jan Rosenboom#10 BPAE Cells In Telophase Stage Of Mitosis10th Place: Jason M. Kirk, Baylor College of Medicine, Optical Imaging & Vital Microscopy Core, Houston, Texas, USA. Confocal with Enhanced Resolution, 63x (Objective Lens Magnification).Image credits: Jason M. Kirk#11 Female Oxyopes Dumonti (Lynx) Spider14th Place: Antoine Franck, CIRAD – Agricultural Research for Development, Saint Pierre, Réunion. Focus Stacking, 1x (Objective Lens Magnification).Image credits: Antoine Franck#12 Depth-Color Coded Projections Of Three Stentors (Single-Cell Freshwater Protozoans)2nd Place: Dr. Igor Siwanowicz, Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI), Janelia Research Campus, Ashburn, Virginia, USA. Confocal, 40x (Objective Lens Magnification).Image credits: Dr. Igor Siwanowicz#13 Housefly Compound Eye Pattern16th Place: Dr. Razvan Cornel Constantin, Bucharest, Romania. Focus Stacking, Reflected Light, 50x (Objective Lens Magnification).Image credits: Dr. Razvan Cornel Constantin#14 Cristobalite Crystal Suspended In Its Quartz Mineral Host18th Place: E. Billie Hughes, Lotus Gemology, Bangkok, Thailand. Darkfield, 40x (Objective Lens Magnification).Image credits: E. Billie Hughes#15 Octopus Bimaculoides Embryo19th Place: Martyna Lukoševičiūtė & Dr. Carrie Albertin, University of Oxford, Weatherall Institute of Molecular Medicine, Oxford, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom. Confocal, Image Stitching, 5x (Objective Lens Magnification).Image credits: Martyna Lukoševičiūtė#16 Chinese Red Carnation Stamen7th Place: Dr. Guillermo López, Alicante, Spain. Focus Stacking, 3x (Objective Lens Magnification).Image credits: Dr. Guillermo López#17 Frozen Water Droplet8th Place: Garzon Christian, Quintin, Cotes-d’Armor, France. Incident Light, 8x (Objective Lens Magnification).Image credits: Garzon Christian#18 A Pair Of Ovaries From An Adult Drosophila Female Stained For F-Actin (Yellow) And Nuclei (Green); Follicle Cells Are Marked By Gfp (Magenta)11th Place: Dr. Yujun Chen & Dr. Jocelyn McDonald, Kansas State University, Department of Biology, Manhattan, Kansas, USA. Confocal, 10x (Objective Lens Magnification).Image credits: Yujun Chen#19 Mosquito Larva12th Place: Anne Algar, Hounslow, Middlesex, United Kingdom. Darkfield, Polarizing Light, Image Stacking, 4x (Objective Lens Magnification).Image credits: Anne Algar#20 Blood Vessels Of A Murine (Mouse) Heart Following Myocardial Infarction (Heart Attack)20th Place: Simon Merz, Lea Bornemann & Sebastian Korste, University Hospital Essen, Institute for Experimental Immunology & Imaging, Essen, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany. Tissue Clearing, Light Sheet Fluorescence Microscopy, 2x (Objective Lens Magnification).Image credits: Simon Merz


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