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Iron Oxide coated with silver. Submitted by: Javeria Bashir
Microchocolate made from enzymes under a scanning electron microscope (SEM). Submitted by: Yilun Weng
Not the Matrix, just the magnificent, fluorescent world of microfluidics. Submitted by: Raissa Teixeira
Computer aided design depiction of embryo development. Submitted by: Larry Cai
Flower-like titanium dioxide assembled by small rod-like particles. Submitted by: Yusuf Valentino Kaneti
Rough silcia nanoparticles taken at the Centre for Microscopy and Microanalysis housed in AIBN. Submitted by: Dan Cheng
This image resembles a terraced field, which is a famous farming landscape in China.Here, we see it in nanoscale. Submitted by: Jiakang You
Hippocampal neurons stained with monomeric and polymerized actin and green fluorescence protein. Submitted by: Belal Shohayeb
Fluorescently labelled zebrafish larvae. Submitted by: Syed Aoun Ali
A 1-month-old spinal cord organoid showing early synapse formation between motor neurons. Scale bar 100 micron. ROI scale bar 2 micron. Submitted by: Sean Morrison
Scanning electron microscope (SEM) image of adaxial cucumber leaf. Submitted by: Shangxu Jiang
An intestinal organoid taken by confocal microscopy. This organoid differenciated into a motercycle! Submitted by: Jie Tang
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