Nikon Small World Micro Photography Contest 2021 (21 Pics)

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Nikon Small World Micro Photography Contest 2021 (21 Pics)

 

Nikon Small World Micro Photography Contest 2021

The Nikon Small World Microphotography (Micro photography) Competition is the oldest and most respected competition of its kind in the world. They are demonstrations of the beauty, complexity and perfection of nature as seen through a microscope.

The winners of the competition have been announced. The jury reviewed thousands of interesting photographs of the invisible world from 90 countries.

Nikon Small World Micro Photography Contest 2021

1. A microfluidic device containing a 300k neural network layer. (Photo by Esmeralda Paric & Holly Stefen - Dementia Research Center, Macquarie University - Nikon Small World Photomicrography 2021)
1. A microfluidic device containing a 300k neural network layer. (Photo by Esmeralda Paric & Holly Stefen - Dementia Research Center, Macquarie University - Nikon Small World Photomicrography 2021)

2. Hind paw, claw and respiratory trachea of ​​lice. (Photo by Frank Reiser - Nassau Community College - Nikon Small World Photomicrography 2021)
2. Hind paw, claw and respiratory trachea of ​​lice. (Photo by Frank Reiser - Nassau Community College - Nikon Small World Photomicrography 2021)

3. Crystal of table salt. (Photo by Saulius Gugis)
3. Crystal of table salt. (Photo by Saulius Gugis)

4. Hatched from brine shrimp eggs. (Photo by Waldo Nell
4. Hatched from brine shrimp eggs. (Photo by Waldo Nell

5. Proboscis of a housefly. (Photo by Oliver Dum - Nikon Small World Photomicrography 2021)
5. Proboscis of a housefly. (Photo by Oliver Dum - Nikon Small World Photomicrography 2021)

6. Midge. Photo by Dr. Erick Francisco Mesén
6. Midge. Photo by Dr. Erick Francisco Mesén

7. Cotton fabric with pollen. Photo by Felice Placenti
7. Cotton fabric with pollen. Photo by Felice Placenti

8. Scales on the wing of a butterfly. Photo by Sébastien Malo
8. Scales on the wing of a butterfly. Photo by Sébastien Malo

9. Slime mold. Photo by Alison K. Pollack
9. Slime mold. Photo by Alison K. Pollack

10. The neurons surrounding the mouth and tentacles of the sea anemone asterisk. Photo by Ruohan Zhong - Stowers Institute for Medical Research
10. The neurons surrounding the mouth and tentacles of the sea anemone asterisk. Photo by Ruohan Zhong - Stowers Institute for Medical Research

11. An insect in hardened tree sap 45 million years ago. (Photo by Levon Biss Photography Ltd.
11. An insect in hardened tree sap 45 million years ago. (Photo by Levon Biss Photography Ltd.

12. Nostok (Latin Nostoc) is a genus of cyanobacteria of the order. (Photo by Martin Kaae Kristiansen
12. Nostok (Latin Nostoc) is a genus of cyanobacteria of the order. (Photo by Martin Kaae Kristiansen

13. Breast organoid. Organelles (organelles) of a cell are specialized cell structures that perform various vital functions. (Photo by Jakub Sumbal
13. Breast organoid. Organelles (organelles) of a cell are specialized cell structures that perform various vital functions. (Photo by Jakub Sumbal

14. Tick ​​head. (Photo by Dr. Tong Zhang & Dr. Paul Stoodley - The Ohio State University
14. Tick ​​head. (Photo by Dr. Tong Zhang & Dr. Paul Stoodley - The Ohio State University

15. Water flea. (Photo by Jan van IJken Photography and Film
15. Water flea. (Photo by Jan van IJken Photography and Film

16. Cross section of a mouse intestine. (Photo by Dr. Amy Engevik - Medical University of South Carolina
16. Cross section of a mouse intestine. (Photo by Dr. Amy Engevik - Medical University of South Carolina

17. 3D vasculature of the brain of an adult mouse. (Photo by Dr. Andrea Tedeschi  The Ohio State University
17. 3D vasculature of the brain of an adult mouse. (Photo by Dr. Andrea Tedeschi  The Ohio State University

18. Mold on the top of the sweet cherry. (Photo by Sergii Dymchenko
18. Mold on the top of the sweet cherry. (Photo by Sergii Dymchenko

19. Epithelial cells covering the villi of the intestine. (Photo by Caleb Dawson - The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research
19. Epithelial cells covering the villi of the intestine. (Photo by Caleb Dawson - The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research

20. Hind paw of a male frog beetle. (Photo by Dr Andrew Mark Posselt - University of California, San Francisco
20. Hind paw of a male frog beetle. (Photo by Dr Andrew Mark Posselt - University of California, San Francisco

21. Trichome on an oak leaf at 60x magnification. (Photo by Jason Kirk
21. Winner: Trichome on an oak leaf at 60x magnification. (Photo by Jason Kirk


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