Image of the Day: Under the Microscope
Image of the Day: Under the Microscope
A virtual exhibition of C.R. Percival’s slides reveals the natural world up close.
Image of the Day: Under the Microscope
Image of the Day: Under the Microscope

A virtual exhibition of C.R. Percival’s slides reveals the natural world up close.

A virtual exhibition of C.R. Percival’s slides reveals the natural world up close.

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Image of the Day: Metastatic Moment
Image of the Day: Metastatic Moment
Carolyn Wilke | Feb 27, 2019
A human breast cancer cell divides as it moves through surrounding blood vessel cells in vitro.
Image of the Day: Star Burst
Image of the Day: Star Burst
Carolyn Wilke | Feb 8, 2019
Pancreatic cells associated with cancer resemble celestial bodies as revealed by microscopy.
Caught on Camera
Caught on Camera
The Scientist Staff | Feb 1, 2019
Selected Images of the Day from the-scientist.com
New Technique Captures Entire Fly Brain in 3D
New Technique Captures Entire Fly Brain in 3D
Carolyn Wilke | Jan 18, 2019
The method combines two approaches to reveal a high-resolution map of all 40 million synapses.
Image of the Day: Embryo in Blue
Image of the Day: Embryo in Blue
Carolyn Wilke | Jan 7, 2019
A bright blue stain highlights the sensory nerves of a developing mouse embryo.
AI Networks Generate Super-Resolution from Basic Microscopy
AI Networks Generate Super-Resolution from Basic Microscopy
Jef Akst | Dec 17, 2018
A new study uses deep learning to improve the resolution of biological images, but elicits skepticism about its ability to enhance snapshots of sample types that it has never seen before.
Image of the Day: Bad Behavior
Image of the Day: Bad Behavior
Kerry Grens | Dec 12, 2018
A deep learning program can identify cells with higher metastatic potential based on the way they look and move.
Imaging Chromatin to Deduce Function from Form
Imaging Chromatin to Deduce Function from Form
Marissa Fessenden | Dec 1, 2018
Researchers describe their tools for probing how the physical shape of the genome affects genes’ function.
Sounding Out Cell Stickiness
Sounding Out Cell Stickiness
Ruth Williams | Dec 1, 2018
Acoustic forces can be used to differentiate adherent from non-adherent cells.