Photography Competition in the field of biomedicine Wellcome Image Awards 2017: the winners

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The three-dimensional model of the eye, a complex system of blood vessels of a parrot - a contest Wellcome Image Awards 2017 and the most incredible scientific imagery and visualization.

Photography Competition in the field of biomedicine Wellcome Image Awards 2017: the winners

The eye of the popular aquarium fish and neuromasts, more precisely, its 4-day-old embryo. Zebrafish "Ladies' stockings" - kind of freshwater lucheporyh cyprinids. (Photo by Ingrid Lekk and Steve Wilson, University College London):

Photography Competition in the field of biomedicine Wellcome Image Awards 2017: the winners

mouse spinal cord. (Photo by Gabriel Galea | Wellcome Images):

Photography Competition in the field of biomedicine Wellcome Image Awards 2017: the winners

synthetic DNA Channel model. Each cell is surrounded by a membrane which serves to protect the contents of the cell from the external environment. (Photo by Michael Northrop | Wellcome Images):

Photography Competition in the field of biomedicine Wellcome Image Awards 2017: the winners

The graphical imaging data extracted from Twitter by hashtag #breastcancer (Engl. Breast cancer). It turns out, so too it is possible to direct a science. (Photo: PA Wire | Wellcome Images):

Photography Competition in the field of biomedicine Wellcome Image Awards 2017: the winners

3D-model of a pig eyes. "Dent" on the right side of the 3D-model - the pupil. Most small blood vessels, shown here have a diameter of 20-30 micrometers (0, 02-0, 03 mm). (Photo by Dr Peter M. Maloca | Wellcome Images):

Photography Competition in the field of biomedicine Wellcome Image Awards 2017: the winners

Placenta mice. The difference in color - due to the difference of the immune system of the mother. The placenta (the Latin "tortilla."), The Children's Place - fetal body all female placental mammals. (Photo: PA Wire | Wellcome Images):

Photography Competition in the field of biomedicine Wellcome Image Awards 2017: the winners

intraocular lens in the eye. The lens is placed inside the eye, can serve as a natural lens and provide all the necessary functions of view. (Photo by Mark Bartley | Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust | Wellcome Images):

Photography Competition in the field of biomedicine Wellcome Image Awards 2017: the winners

This picture was created by digitally stitching more than 400 images for the formation of the entire surface of the mouse retina. (Photo by Gabriel Luna | Wellcome Images):

Colorful portrait unwrapped DNA in human lung cells. (Photo by Ezequiel Miron | Wellcome Images):

Photography Competition in the field of biomedicine Wellcome Image Awards 2017: the winners

Hawaiian bobtail squid the size of 1, 5 cm (Photo by Mark R. Smith | Wellcome Images / Macroscopic Solutions).:

Photography Competition in the field of biomedicine Wellcome Image Awards 2017: the winners

model of the circulatory system of the African gray parrot. (Photo by Scott Birch / Scott Echols | Wellcome Images):

Photography Competition in the field of biomedicine Wellcome Image Awards 2017: the winners

The work of thermoregulation dove. All animals have unique characteristics in its anatomy, which helps them to adapt to the environment. Thermoregulation - the ability of living organisms to maintain body temperature within certain limits, even if the ambient temperature is significantly different. In most mammalian body temperature is relatively constant, its range of daily fluctuations of about 1-2 ° C. Her Unlike the ambient temperature may reach 100 ° C. (Photo by Scott Echols, Scarlet Imaging and the Grey Parrot Anatomy Project):

Photography Competition in the field of biomedicine Wellcome Image Awards 2017: the winners