Year’s Best Biological Photos

he recently announced the winners of the 2017 Wellcome Image Awards are a fascinating celebration of the scientific world. For 20 years, the awards have recognized photographers who capture significant aspects of healthcare and biomedical science.

More info: Wellcome Image Awards Website | Facebook h/t: [Gizmodo]

 

Take a look at our favorite scientific photos from the winners of the 2017 Wellcome Image Awards.

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Misreplication of DNA in human fibroblast. Image via Ezequiel Miron, University of Oxford.

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Iris clip Intra-ocular lens in-situ. Image via Cambridge University Hospitals NHS FT.

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Artificial microRNA scaffold. Image via João Conde, Nuria Oliva and Natalie Artzi, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

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Astrocytes and blood vessels of a mouse’s retina. Image via Gabriel Luna, Neuroscience Research Institute, University of California, Santa Barbara.

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Immune system regulation of placental development of a mouse. Image via Suchita Nadkarni.

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Cat skin showing hairs, a whisker, and the blood supply. Image via David Linstead.

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Brain Organoid. Image via Collin Edington and Iris Lee, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

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Microvasculature of pigeon head. Image via Scott Echols.

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Mouse embryonic posterior neuropore. Image via Gabriel Galea, UCL.

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Microvasculature of the African Grey Parr. Image via Scott Birch.

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Synthetic DNA channel transporting cargo. Image via Michael Northrop.

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Graphical visualization of Tweets using the hashtag #breastcancer. Image via Eric Clarke, Richard Arnett, and Jane Burns.

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3D print of vessels of a healthy minipig. Image via Dr. Peter M Maloca.

 

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