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2011 // HM // Ms Lorraine Bloom // University of Calgary Department of Geoscience // Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Dinosaur bone in thin section by Lorraine Bloom

2008 // HM // Dr. Page Baluch // Tempe, AZ, USA

Moss by Dr. Page Baluch

2008 // HM // Mr. Aaron Quyn // University of Dundee // Dundee, Angus, UK

Aaron Quyn University of Dundee Dundee, Angus, UK Specimen: Human Adenoma Technique: Multiphoton

2006 // HM // Mr. Spike Walker // Penkridge, United Kingdom

Rat Fetus by Spike Walker

2007 // HM // Dr. Stephen S. Nagy // Helena, MT, USA

Stephen Nagy Helena, MT, USA Specimen: Exhibition Diatom Arrangement by Klaus Kemp, 471 Forms Technique: Darkfield with Polarized Light

2011 // HM // Dr. Elena Lucia Constantinescu // Institute of Cellular Biology and Pathology // Bucharest, Romania

Elena Lucia Constantinescu // Institute of Cellular Biology and Pathology // Bucharest, Romania

2012 // HM // Mr. Marek Miś // Suwalki, Poland

An image from the 2012 Olympus BioScapes competition submitted by Mr. Marek Miś - Specimen: Cells of Sphagnum (moss) leaf.

2012 // HM // Mr. Jan Martinek // Ostrov, Czech Republic

Cell division (mitosis) in cells of the root tip of a type of onion (Allium sp. by Jan Martinek

2014 // HM // Mr. Robert Lavigne // Montreal, Canada

This non-motile diatom—a type of algae—gets its energy from light via photosynthesis and measures just 213 micrometers across.

2014 // HM // Dr. Fernán Federici // Pontifical Catholic University of Chile // Santiago, Chile

Stunning Images from the 2014 Olympus BioScapes International Digital Imaging Competition [Slideshow] - Scientific American

2011 // HM // Dr. Steve Lowry // Portstewart, United Kingdom

Steve Lowry, 2011 Olympus BioScapes Honorable Mention Portstewart, United Kingdom Specimen: Diatoms arranged in a familiar shape Technique: Transmitted light microscopy