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The following entries have been received for the photography competition. They are presented in the order they were submitted.

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1. Spore McNugget - Manganese surface modified bacterial spore by Ke Xu Zhou

2. Magnetic spores aligning with the field lines of permanent magnets by Ke Xu Zhou

3. Heart valve of a pig by Jacob Brubert

4. Desert on a disk by Ole Magens and Yingda Liu

5. An original super-resolution imaging mode for ellipsoidal Bacillus subtilis spores by Julia Manetsburger and Eric Rees

6. At the bench by Neil Robinson

7. Gold coated colloidosome (1) by Qian Sun

8. Gold coated colloidosome (2) by Qian Sun

9. Fourier spectrum of a two-colour TIRF-SIM super-resolution reconstruction of amyloid fibrils by Florian Stroehl

10. Intracellular polyglutamine aggregates and microtubules (1) by Meng Lu

11. Intracellular polyglutamine aggregates and microtubules (2) by Meng Lu

12. Carbon Nanotube Web from a floating catalyst chemical vapor deposition reactor with embedded catalyst nanoparticles (I) by Felix Donat

13. Collection of UV charged metal nanoparticles on a silver filter by Felix Donat

14. Carbon nanotube sea-urchins synthesized in the gas-phase from precursor droplet evaporation. The core is made out of aluminium and iron.   by Felix Donat

15. Carbon Nanotube Web from a floating catalyst chemical vapor deposition reactor with embedded catalyst nanoparticles (II) by Felix Donat and Christian Hoecker

 

More details of the competition and how to enter.

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