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2018 SEM/TEM/EPMA Image Contest Winners

 
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2018 SEM/TEM/EPMA Image Contest Runners-up

Title: Dueling Microscopes; Subject: Human Kidney Glomerulus; Credit: Janet Schwarz, The University of Vermont Microscopy Imaging Center; Method/Instrument: JEM-1400 TEM
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Dueling Microscopes
Title: ZnS/GaP multilayer film; Subject: Interface between GaP and ZnS, which were grown as a multilayer film on silicon - a new definition of "Twin boundary engineering"; Credit: Pariasadat Musavigharavi, University of New South Wales; Method/Instrument: JEOL F200
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ZnS/GaP multilayer film
Title: Ultraviolet lace; Subject: Surface morphology of AlGaN semiconductor material. Overlay of a backscattered electron image (showing topography) and cathodoluminescence image (revealing the light emission properties); Credit: Lucia Spasevski, University of Strathclyde; Method/Instrument: JXA-8530F EPMA
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Ultraviolet lace
Title: parasite; Subject: The helminth Heligmosomoides polygyrus, a nematode parasite of mice; Credit: Leandro Lemgruber, Wellcome Centre for Molecular Parasitology - University of Glasgow; Method/Instrument: IT-100
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parasite
Title: crystalline labyrinth; Subject: Looking inside the petiole of water hyacinth (Eicchornia crassipes) at the beautiful partitioned airspace canals and their surrounding cellular connective tissue with protruding calcium oxalate styloids; Credit: Harry (Jack) Horner, Iowa State University; Method/Instrument: JEOL 5800 SEM at 15 kV
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crystalline labyrinth
Title: Ghost; Subject: Kidney biological sample; Credit: Linda Sims, Arkana Laboratories; Method/Instrument: JEOL JEM-1400Plus, 60kV, 2000x magnification, AMT bottom mount camera
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Ghost
Title: dragon by the tail; Subject: Tarantula urticating hair in web; Credit: James Bragg, US Army Dugway Proving Ground; Method/Instrument: JSM-6010LA
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dragon by the tail
Title: Diamonds in the rough; Subject: Bacillus thuringiensis crystals with spores; Credit: James Bragg, US Army Dugway Proving Ground; Method/Instrument: JSM-6300F
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Diamonds in the rough
Title: Nano Island; Subject: Particle of a platinum catalyst on the surface of a semiconductor; Credit: Sergey and Alexander Simchenko, Department of radio electronics and precision instrumentation C.T.C city of Berdyansk; Method/Instrument: JSM-6490
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Nano Island
Title: Color Crystals; Subject: ; Credit: Sergey and Alexander Simchenko, Department of radio electronics and precision instrumentation C.T.C city of Berdyansk; Method/Instrument: JSM-6490
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Color Crystals
Title: Wildlife of MXenes; Subject: In the world of two-dimensional (2D) transition metal carbides and nitrides (MXenes) the Ti2N MXene particles resemble a nanoscale underwater world where a predator is trying to hunt an innocent clownfish; Credit: Armin VahidMohammadi and Majid Beidaghi, Auburn University; Method/Instrument: JSM -7000F
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Wildlife of MXenes
Title: Roar; Subject: Tardigrade AKA Water Bear in algae; Credit: Sheri Neva, EAG Los Angeles; Method/Instrument: JSM 6610LV
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Roar
Title: Diamond-rolled STM tip; Subject: A tungsten scanning tunnelling microscopy (STM) needle that was run along a chemically-vapour deposited diamond surface for several hours, resulting in a rolled up tip with indents of the diamond grains; Credit: Tomas Martin, University of Bristol; Method/Instrument: JSM-5600LV
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Diamond-rolled STM tip
Title: Axon Rose; Subject: Representation from genotype VPS11 from drosophila brain tissue. The image shows a mutant axon gone awry amongst other brain cells; Credit: Lita Duraine, Howard Hughes Medical Institute; Method/Instrument: JEOL 1400 Plus
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Axon Rose
Title: COSMO chameleon; Subject: JEOL COSMO; Credit: Iryna Zelenina, MPI CPFS; Method/Instrument: JEM-ARM300F / Alignment of the microscope
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COSMO chameleon
Title: Micro Cotton Candy; Subject: ; Credit: Richa Agrawal, Florida International University; Method/Instrument: JEOL 6330
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Micro Cotton Candy
Title: Crystal Dove; Subject: Pancreatic tissue with salt residue; Credit: Lita Duraine, Howard Hughes Medical Institute; Method/Instrument: 1400 Plus
2017 Runners Up
Crystal Dove
Title: Hallowed Vacuole; Subject: Human fibroblast cells; Credit: Lita Duraine, Howard Hughes Medical Institute; Method/Instrument: JEOL 1400 Plus
2017 Runners Up
Hallowed Vacuole
Title: Frozen Forest; Subject: Platinum nanocrystallites grown at a high deposition rate, leading to abnormal growth at the edges of the nanocrystal; Credit: Cian McKeown, Univeristy of Limerick; Method/Instrument: JCM 5700
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Frozen Forest
Title: Nanofireball; Subject: ZnO nanorods grown on the CuO nanosphere; Credit: Ulugbek Shaislamov, Jeju National University, Korea; Method/Instrument: JEM-2100F
2017 Runners Up
Nanofireball
Title: Hi there!; Subject: Ant head; Credit: Stefan Eberhard, Complex Carbohydrate Research Center / University of Georgia; Method/Instrument: JEOL-6010LV
2017 Runners Up
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View the 2017 contest winners and runners-up.

Also, don't miss the JEOL USA image gallery.