This year's BioScapes judges included Dr. Douglas Murphy, Director of the Light Microscopy Facility at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute's Janelia Farms Research Center; Dr. Clare Waterman, Chief of the Laboratory of Cell and Tissue Morphodynamics at the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute of the National Institutes of Health; Dr. Jason Swedlow, Wellcome Trust Senior Research Fellow at the University of Dundee in the United Kingdom; and Dr. Kenneth N. Fish, Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry, University of Pittsburgh.
In addition to Livet, other Top 10 winners included: Glen MacDonald of the University of Washington, for his image of a mammal's inner ear; Andy Fischer of Ohio State University, for his photo of a chicken retina; Sonja Pyott of the University of North Carolina, Wilmington, for her image of tiny vertebrate cochlea and hair cells; Thomas Deerinck of the National Center for Microscopy and Imaging Research at UCSD for his photos of rat tongue and cerebellum; Pat Wadsworth of the University of Massachusetts for her depiction of the mitotic spindle in a diving cell; Earl Nishiguchi of the University of Hawaii for his fruit fly testis image; Jan Schmoranzer of Columbia University for his photo of serum starved fibroblasts; and M.R. Dadpour of the University of Tabriz, Iran, for his depiction of gooseberry leaf primordia.
To view all the winning images and see a complete list of the winners and honorable mentions, visit http://www.olympusbioscapes.com. For free access to the images, media members and other noncommercial users may contact email@example.com.
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