...a new Micronaut Cover has been released by the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS). It shows the interaction of an invisibly small pathogen (Helicobacter pylori) with human host cells.
Scientists have always needed to communicate their discoveries by pictorial documentation in the form of photographs. But despite the important role photography has played and still plays in scientific disciplines, the last exhibition of scientifically applied photographic pictures in London, dates back to 1974.
Therefore, The Royal Photographic Society has nominated 50 images from the world's leading, scientific photographers, researchers, engineers, technologists and scientists to create the 'International Images for Science' exhibition which is currently on show at Fenton House (Bath, UK).
It aims to present an overview on new technologies, which have revolutionized the field of scientific photography over the last 30 years: "We used to say: if you see it, you can photograph it. But today, you have to say: even if you don't see it, you can photograph it" says Exhibition Director Afzal Ansary, of The Royal Photographic Society... read more
...was recently published by 'The EMBO Journal' !
To illustrate the research area of muscular dystrophy, The magazine has decided to decorate their August 2011 cover with a color SEM image, depicting Mouse skeletal muscle fibres.The image was prepared and captured by Micronaut in collaboration with Markus Ruegg's lab at the Biocenter, University of Basel, Switzerland... read more.