Breathtaking Microscopic Science Pictures Depicting How Amazingly Living Things Are Built


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Science and nature. Both are vast; things which don’t have an end. Things which we can explore days on end but still not be able to put one final stop to. And the funny thing is that no matter how much we study about these two, no matter how much we explore them, we always find new things. We always make amazing discoveries for the whole world to remember. The cycle never stops.

And so, today we brought for you magnificent images related to science from the Wellcome Image Awards which portray some of the most gorgeous structures in the world of science. So get ready to be blown away.

A Zebrafish’s eye and neuromasts.

By  Ingrid Lekk and Steve Wilson, University College London.

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Vessels of a healthy mini-pig eye

By  Peter M Maloca, OCTlab at the University of Basel and Moorfields Eye Hospital, London; Christian Schwaller; Ruslan Hlushchuk, University of Bern; Sébastien Barré.

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Dividing DNA in a human lung cell

By  Ezequiel Miron, University of Oxford.

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Breathtaking Microscopic Science Pictures Depicting How Amazingly Living Things Are Built

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