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A sense of scale: the best microscopy of 2016

Amazing images from this year’s Nikon Small World Competition.
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Nikon Small World Photography Winners 2016

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Dr. Oscar Ruiz of the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center won top honors today at the annual Nikon Small World competition with this image of a four-day-old zebrafish. The story of why he took it is as fascinating as the i...

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The Year’s 20 Best Microscopic Photographs

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Every year, Nikon honors the best microscopic photography in the world with a competition called Small World. And as microscopy techniques improve, every year the winners seem to get crazier. Last year’s winner was an image of the G...

Nikon Small World 2014 Micrography Winners Announced

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