THEY have been declared the most striking scientific shots of the year. THESE pictures have been declared the most striking scientific shots of the year - and although some depict things you see everyday, you might struggle to figure out what they are. The DNA in the cell has somehow become caught, and is being pulled between the two cells, making it appear like a teardrop. This has caused the DNA to unfold inside the nucleus, and DNA fibres can be seen running through it. This four-day-old zebrafish embryo has been modified so scientists can understand the genetics behind the development of the eye. The Zebrafish eye is particularly interesting because it responds to movement in the water and is essential for avoiding predators and help it keep up with its school. The bluish-green lines are its nervous system, which is also being studied by experts at University College London.
As chance would have it, his dentist was eager to get rid of some outdated equipment and gave him a Yashica Dental Eyea film camera with a close-up lens and integrated ring flash made for photographing teeth. Fascinated by the camera's unique micro-perspective, Kaaden began collecting other cameras with medical applications and now has nearly 25 of them. More from the WIRED Sex Issue: Penile Strain Gauges and Other Strange Devices of Sex Science Virtual-Reality Porn Is Coming, and Your Fantasies May Never Be the Same Your Dick Pics Are About to Be All Over the Internet One day, Kaaden was working with one of those cameras when he snapped a picture of a mussel.
He showed the photo to editors at Vicewho encouraged him to photograph visually similar objects. Some of the images may bring to mind the work of painter Georgia O'Keeffe or the legendary Japanese photographer Nobuyoshi Araki.
Kaaden had a great time just looking at segments of grapefruit and button holes. I think it's the easiest idea I've ever had.
Kaaden took about 50 images of food, clothing and even technological gear. Once he started looking for images for his series, he saw them everywhere he went, including the local sandwich shop and the grocery store.
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If not, keep scrolling for the answers. Everyday items can seem unrecognizable through the lens of extreme close-up photography, called macrophotography. Every bit Estimated Reading Time: 3 mins Wellcome Image Awards show everyday life as never before. Can you tell what's in these close-ups? THEY have been declared the most striking scientific shots of the knitswhereitsat.comted Reading Time: 5 mins Photographs from near the Bardarbunga volcano in Iceland. ate: Sept. 3, p.m. Ragnar Th. Sigurdsson has been photographing volcanoes in Iceland for four decades, so Estimated Reading Time: 4 mins
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The Daniel K. Inouye Solar Telescope telescope can image a region of the sun 38, km wide. Close up, these images show large cell-like structures hundreds of kilometers across and, for Estimated Reading Time: 4 mins Pyanek writes on his YouTube channel that all he needed for these stunning macro shots, like this close-up of a spaghetti noodle, was a Canon T3i/EOS D with a reverse-mounted kit lens, a Estimated Reading Time: 3 mins Close-ups of Mars' surface (photos) Searching for evidence of water, the High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment Camera on NASA's Mars orbiter offers new, detailed views of the Martian knitswhereitsat.comted Reading Time: 9 mins
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What are these orange discs? They're seeds in a bell pepper.
What is this series of diagonal lines? They're the pages of a book. Can you identify this object?
It's flakes of cereal.
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