I wanted to denoise a twenty-year-old photomicrograph. It’s one of the first scientific images I created back in 2003. It’s so ancient that I used a camera with photographic film, developed and amplified it to 15×10 cm print, and finally, scanned it to make a digital version. I used it in my undergraduate research project and […]
Month: April 2023
Cephalic furrow on bioRxiv
Our paper about the function of the cephalic furrow in the fruit fly is ready and now available as a preprint in bioRxiv! To access: https://doi.org/10.1101/2023.03.30.534554 P. S. Apart from the poem The Great Divide, I didn’t write much about the cephalic furrow here. But this will change.