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The best microscope photos of the year from Nikon Small World

Nikon Small World awards microscope photographer cash prizes for their best microscope pictures each year, and 2016 has brought some truly beautiful images.

Dr. Igor Siwanowicz Depth-Color Coded Projections Of Three Stentors (Single-Cell Freshwater Protozoans)

The Nikon Small World Photomicrography Competition has been held for forty-five years now, celebrating the mesmerizing microscopic world and allowing scientists and enthusiasts alike to share their scientific and stunning images. Over 2000 photographs were submitted for the competition with micro-photographers from nearly 100 countries. The judges picked their top 20 images and the photo of a turtle embryo took the first place. Scroll down below to see all 20 photographs that made it to the…

65 fossil Radiolarians (zooplankton) carefully arranged by hand in Victorian style | Photo credit: Stefano Barone

If you thought it was impossible to take a stunning photo of cow dung, get prepared to be proven wrong. Cow dung, espresso coffee crystals, centipede

Electron microscope pictures. Cool, beautiful and totally nerdy! (This is the larva of a ground-nesting solitary bee)

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And these are our lung cells. | This Is What The Human Body Really Looks Like Under A Microscope

"Nuclei, which contain the cell’s genetic information, appear blue. Mitochondria, which generate energy for the cell, are yellow," writes Salter.

20 of the Most Beautiful Microscopic Photos in the World | PetaPixel

If you thought it was impossible to take a stunning photo of cow dung, get prepared to be proven wrong. Cow dung, espresso coffee crystals, centipede

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<strong>Eighth place: Dr. Igor Robert Siwanowicz, Janelia Farm Research Campus, Howard Hughes Medical Institute</strong><!-- --> </br><!-- --> </br>Appendages of a common brine shrimp

The true test of patience is peering for hours into a microscope waiting for a rotifer to open its mouth so you can snap a quick photo.