Nikon Small World, Photography Competition 2015

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Rogelio Moreno GillPanama, PanamaFern sorus at varying levels of maturity Fluorescence, Image Stacking

Now celebrating its 41st year, Nikon Small World is widely regarded as the leading forum to recognize proficiency and photographic excellence of photography taken under the microscope. To select the winners, competition judges analyzed entries from all over the world covering subjects ranging from chemical compounds to up-close-and-personal looks at biological specimens. (Nikon)

Dr. Joseph ParkerColumbia University, Department of Genetics and Development New York, New York, USARove beetle head (Tychobythinus sp.)

Jose AlmodovarUniversity of Puerto Rico (UPR), Mayaguez Campus, Biology DepartmentMayaguez, Puerto Rico, USATentacles of a carnivorous plant (Drosera sp.)

Dr. Giorgio Seano & Dr. Rakesh K. JainHarvard Medical School, Massachusetts General HospitalEdwin L. Steele Laboratory for Tumor BiologyBoston, Massachusetts, USALive imaging of perfused vasculature in a mouse bra in with glioblastoma Optical Frequency Domain Imaging System

Christian BohleyMartin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg Halle, GermanyDegenerating Blue Phases (II) of 55% CB15 in E48 (substance used in manufacture of Liquid Crystal Displays)Polarized Light

Dr. David MaitlandFeltwell, United KingdomLeaf cross section of a water lily leaf bud (Nuphalutea)

Douglas MooreUniversity of Wisconsin - Stevens Point, University Relations and CommunicationsStevens Point, Wisconsin, USAFairburn agate from Black Hills of western South Dakota (63x)Fiber Optic Illumination63x

Jace ArtichokerRochester Institute of Technology (RIT)Rochester, New York, USAMouse embryo, 10.5 days old

Norm BarkerJohns Hopkins School of Medicine, Department of Pathology Baltimore, Maryland, USARed fossil coral slab Reflected Light

Dr. Helen RankinUniversity of California, BerkeleyBerkeley, California, USATransgenicXenopus laevis (African clawed toad) tadpole head expressing green neuronsConfocal10x

Dr. Igor SiwanowiczAshburn, Virginia, USAHughes Medical Institute (HHMI), Janelia Farm Research Campus, Leonardo LabIntake of a humped bladderwort (Utricularia gibba), a freshwater carnivorous plant

Donald ParsonsMadison, Wisconsin, USAScales on moth wing ImageStacking300x

Dr. David MaitlandFeltwell, United KingdomBlack witch-hazel (Trichodactylus crinitus) leaf producing crystals to defend against herbivores

Howard LynkMorehead City, North Carolina, USAMicro-engraving on glass from an antique microscope slide created by Washington Teasdale c. 1880Darkfield100x

Dr. Alessio ColomboDZNE Munich, Bavaria, GermanyMouse dorsal root ganglia (neuronal plus Schwann cells) in culture Confocal

Dr. Matthew S. LehnertKent State University at StarkNorth Canton, Ohio, USAProboscis (mouthparts) tip of a vampire moth (Calyptra thalictri).

Dr. Aleksandar MatkovicUniversity of Belgrade, Institute of PhysicsCenter for Solid State Physics and New MaterialsBelgrade, SerbiaGold and titanium electrodes covered by graphene sheet Brightfield

Dr. David MaitlandFeltwell, United KingdomVascular bundles of papyrus (Cyperus papyrus)

Kirti PrakashInstitute of Molecular Biology, MainzMainz, GermanyDNA inside cell nucleusSuper-Resolution Microscope

Dr. Igor SiwanowiczAshburn, Virginia, USAHughes Medical Institute (HHMI), Janelia Farm Research Campus, Leonardo Lab Antenna of a male moth (Anisota sp.)

Dr. Heiti PavesTallinn University of Technology, Department of Gene TechnologyTallinn, EstoniaAnther of a flowering plant (Arabidopsis thaliana)

Michael CrutchleyPembrokeshire, Wales, United KingdomRadula (feeding structure) of an aquatic snail (Limpet) Darkfield Epi.40x

Dr. Luca ToledanoMuseo Civico di Storia Naturale di VeronaVerona, ItalyDetail of jewel beetle (ColeopteraBuprestidae)

Cynthia LevinthalQ Therapeutics, Clinical/Research DepartmentSalt Lake City, Utah, USA

Frank ReiserNassau Community College, Department of Biology Garden City, New York, USASuction cups on the diving beetle ( Dytiscus sp.) forelegImage Stacking, Photo-merge50x

Charles B. KrebsCharles Krebs PhotographyIssaquah, Washington, USAFeeding rotifers (Floscularia ringens) Darkfield50x

Dr. Yoji TanakaMicrophoto Studio "Cat's Glove"Ebina, Kanagawa, JapanTwinned crystals of 4,4'-dibromobiphenyl Polarized Light, Retardation Control

Dr. Maria Boulina, Dr. Akira Chiba & Hasitha SamarajeewaUniversity of MiamiMiami, Florida, USAIndividually colored neurons in a live fruit fly (Drosophila) larvaFluorescence, Confocal

Dr. David LinsteadBromley, Kent, United KingdomBuoyancy organs of a phantom midge (Chaoborus) larvaPolarized Light125x

Jacek MyslowskiWloclawek, Kujawsko-Pomorskie, PolandAlona guttata (water flea) Fluorescence200x

Arturo AgostinoReggio Calabria, ItalyColony of single celled organisms (Carchesium ciliates)Differential Interference Contrast

Raymond Morrison SlossQuekett Microscope ClubBanbury, Oxfordshire, United KingdomMouth parts (pseudo trachea) of a Blowfly (Calliphora vomitoria)

Dr. Tetsuaki MiyakeYork University, Department of BiologyToronto, Ontario, CanadaCultured mouse embryo cells

Harry LeungHarvard Medical SchoolProgram in Cellular and Molecular Medicine, Children's Hospital BostonBoston, Massachusetts, USAStinger of a honey bee

Thomas DeernickUniversity of California, San Diego La Jolla, California, USATriple-labeled rat cerebellumMultiphoton100x

Susan TremblayUniversity of California, BerkeleyBerkeley, California, USALiverwort (Lepidolaena taylorii) plant showing modified leaves (water sacs), which are often home to aquatic microorganisms such as rotifers

Daniel H. Miller & Ethan S. SokolWhitehead Institute for Biomedical Research, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Department of BiologyCambridge, Massachusetts, USALab-grown human mammary gland organoid

David SpearsDavid Spears ImagingTaunton, Somerset, United KingdomRoot tip section of a dicot plant Differential Interference Contrast25.5x

Dr. Nathanael PrunetCalifornia Institute of Technology and Dartmouth College, Department of BiologyPasadena, California, USAYoung buds of Arabidopsis (a flowering plant)

Dr. Ariadna RecasensUniversity of Sydney, Kolling Institute of Medical Research Sydney, AustraliaMicrometamorphosis: from human stem cells to neurons Fluorescence20x

Donn Dr. Donna Beer StolzUniversity of Pittsburgh, Department of Cell BiologyPittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USAMutant human alpha-1 antitrypsin aggregates (red) exiting the endoplasmic reticulum (green) in an iPS cell differentiated into a liver cellConfocal Reconstruction200x

Katherine PfisterUniversity of VirginiaCharlottesville, Virginia, USAXenopus laevis (frog) tadpole- ventral view

Anatoly MikhaltsovOmsk, RussiaTransverse section of an ostrich fernBrightfield 250x

Michael CrutchleyPembrokeshire, Wales, United KingdomAdult marine worm (Autolytus) Macroscopy30x

Jie Zh Jie ZhangUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignUrbana, Illinois, USAJanus particles (micro-particles) suspended in water between two transparent electrode (40x)Brightfield40x

Evan DarlingMemorial Sloan Kettering Cancer CenterNew York, New York, USAStarfish imaged using confocal microscopy

Dr. Konstantin Bergmeister Marion Grger, Martin Aman, Anna Willensdorfer, Krisztina Manzano-Szalai & Oskar C. AszmannMedical University of Vienna, Christian Doppler Laboratory for Restoration of Extremity Function,Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Vienna, AustriaMurine biceps muscle stained to show different muscle fiber populationsFluorescence -immunohistochemistry

Dr. Robert MarkusUniversity of Nottingham, School of Life Sciences Super Resolution Microscopy Department Nottingham, United KingdomBovine pulmonary artery endothelial cells

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