Vineeth Venugopal

Aug 1

Captured in pictures

An embryonic clownfish (Amphiprion percula) grows inside its egg.

These remarkably detailed pictures were captured on days one, three, five and nine of its development; the first was taken hours after fertilization.

Photographer Daniel Knop won second place in Nikon’s Small World competition for photomicrography.

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Jul 25

Credit: Femto-ST/Caters

This house is only 20 micrometers long and is made from Silica.

It was made by a team at the Femto-ST Institute in Besançon, France using a focused ion beam, a gas-injection system and a tiny, manoeuvrable robots.

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Vineeth Venugopal

Vineeth Venugopal

Scientist @MIT. AI for materials discovery. Science storyteller