Image of the Day: Cryo Corals
Image of the Day: Cryo Corals
With the help of gold nanorods and a cryoprotectant, coral larvae are brought back to life after cryopreservation.
Image of the Day: Cryo Corals
Image of the Day: Cryo Corals

With the help of gold nanorods and a cryoprotectant, coral larvae are brought back to life after cryopreservation.

With the help of gold nanorods and a cryoprotectant, coral larvae are brought back to life after cryopreservation.

Image of the Day
Image of the Day: Cellular Pulse
Image of the Day: Cellular Pulse
Shawna Williams | Oct 29, 2018
The protein RhoA coordinates pulses of movement in Caenorhabditis elegans cells.
Image of the Day: Wildebeest Fitness Tracker
Image of the Day: Wildebeest Fitness Tracker
Kerry Grens | Oct 25, 2018
Data gathered from GPS-equipped collars show the animals walk long distances over days without stopping for a drink.
Image of the Day: Keep in Touch
Image of the Day: Keep in Touch
Kerry Grens | Oct 24, 2018
A protein called talin helps maintain cells’ adhesion properties.
Image of the Day: New Tiny Frog
Image of the Day: New Tiny Frog
Jef Akst | Oct 23, 2018
A newly described amphibian has such a small range in southern Brazil that it’s already critically endangered.
Image of the Day: Birds of a Lung
Image of the Day: Birds of a Lung
Shawna Williams | Oct 22, 2018
A fossil from the Cretaceous Period shows similarities to modern avian species.
Image of the Day: Clubbing
Image of the Day: Clubbing
Kerry Grens | Oct 19, 2018
Mantis shrimps’ remarkably swift kicks come from springs built into their dactyl clubs.
Image of the Day: Hearing Aid
Image of the Day: Hearing Aid
Catherine Offord | Oct 18, 2018
A swollen wing vein helps butterflies detect low-frequency sounds.
Image of the Day: Weevil Eye
Image of the Day: Weevil Eye
Kerry Grens | Oct 17, 2018
The Nikon photomicrography competition winners of 2018 include striking close-ups of a compound eye, a fern, and an insect’s bubble house.
Image of the Day: Swish Swish
Image of the Day: Swish Swish
Kerry Grens | Oct 16, 2018
Animals’ tails swat away insects using both wind and whack.