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"Labscapes" - Beautiful Photographic Images from the Microscope - Technion

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"LABSCAPES -- Views through the Microscope."
From an exhibit at Technion-Israel Institute of Technology
Created and Curated by Anat Har-Gil
Exhibit opened April 3, 2014

Works by 29 Technion researchers are shown in this film clip made by Technion student Guy Shachar.
The images on display were taken through a diverse range of microscopes by Technion researchers working in the different areas of exact sciences, life sciences, engineering, and medicine. Among the works on display are by: 2011 Nobel laureate in chemistry, Professor Dan Shechtman, Technion President, Professor Peretz Lavie, 2014 Israel Prize winner, Professor Mordechai (Moti) Segev, and Dean of the Schulich Faculty of Chemistry, Professor Alon Hoffman.
Looking down a research microscope reveals minute details that cannot be detected by the naked eye, enabling the scientist access to the tiniest reaches of micro and nano-scales and gives us a glimpse into a remarkable world that most have never seen. It is a window into a universe that can only be seen through the lens of a microscope.Hidden universes of tiny animals, crystals, cells, bacteria, viruses, and even molecules and single atoms are discovered through the microscope. This fascinating world serves as the source of inspiration for the exhibit where science meets art at Technion.
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"LABSCAPES -- Views through the Microscope."
From an exhibit at Technion-Israel Institute of Technology
Created and Curated by Anat Har-Gil
Exhibit opened April 3, 2014

Works by 29 Technion researchers are shown in this film clip made by Technion student Guy Shachar.
The images on display were taken through a diverse range of microscopes by Technion researchers working in the different areas of exact sciences, life sciences, engineering, and medicine. Among the works on display are by: 2011 Nobel laureate in chemistry, Professor Dan Shechtman, Technion President, Professor Peretz Lavie, 2014 Israel Prize winner, Professor Mordechai (Moti) Segev, and Dean of the Schulich Faculty of Chemistry, Professor Alon Hoffman.
Looking down a research microscope reveals minute details that cannot be detected by the naked eye, enabling the scientist access to the tiniest reaches of micro and nano-scales and gives us a glimpse into a remarkable world that most have never seen. It is a window into a universe that can only be seen through the lens of a microscope.Hidden universes of tiny animals, crystals, cells, bacteria, viruses, and even molecules and single atoms are discovered through the microscope. This fascinating world serves as the source of inspiration for the exhibit where science meets art at Technion. Show less

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