Note: The denoising I describe in this post was not done for scientific purposes, but for artistic reasons. For proper methods on image denoising, follow the CARE paper trail. 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 […]
The InverteFest is here. A moment to celebrate the overlooked diversity of invertebrates around us. I’m re-posting a video I made for the Cifonauta account on Instagram showing different marine invertebrates moving around under the microscope. Enjoy! Invertebrate Gallery Check the gallery below to find out the identity of each marine invertebrate in the movie […]
This image of a brachiopod larva was selected in the Nikon Small World 2021 photomicrography competition!
This is a bryozoan embryo with its blastopore facing us. The blastopore is the hole in the middle. The “balls” are the nuclei of the cells that make up the embryo. While cells have many other structures, they are not visible in this image. The only thing visible is the DNA because I stained it […]
A chubby ribbon worm juvenile #Nemertean #WormWednesday
The pelagosphera larva of #Sipuncula. Photo by Alvaro Migotto via @cifonauta http://cifonauta.cebimar.usp.br/photo/10874/
The eye imaginal disc of Drosophila (blue=elav, pink=repo, yellow=hrp) prepared with @Bugs_and_Slugs @ZVavrusova @zeiss_micro #embryo2017
Zebrafish embryo with laser eyes! A transgenic line for the gene Prox1 (orange) imaged with @zeiss_micro #embryo2017
My former—but not forgotten—larval crush is the Image of the Week on @BIOINTERACTIVE Larval Biscuit: https://www.biointeractive.org/classroom-resources/larval-biscuit See A sea biscuit’s life for more.