Freshly printed: The Lifescience-Calendar 2017
And again in summer 2016 some of our images were awarded at the Bioimages contest: bca.org/gallery/bioimages2016.html
March to September 2016: in the Museum for Natural History, Konstanz: "Metamorphosis"
Fresh from digital Imaging: A scanning electron microscope image of a cell, freeze-crack preparation. The important cell organelles are clearly visible
The "Hidden Worlds" Lifescience Calendar is printed! it can be ordered online at: lifesciences-calendar.com/special/eos16
Additional to the exhibition "Metamorphosis", now available: The Book, 72 pages, 21 x 21 cm, full colour. Only at eye of science and the exhibition halls.
Here you can see the poster to the exhibition Microscapes
At the moment we are busy creating our new exhibition "metamorphosis" which wil be first presented from May 7th in the Museum of Natural History in Reutlingen. Next steps will be Leverkusen and Berchtesgaden. First impressions can be seen here.
Now available, our 2015 poster-calendar (in English and German): https://www.dumontkalender.de/verborgene-welten-2015-kalender.html
Cover in Science August 2014: our dog roundworm, Toxocara canis. http://www.sciencemag.org/content/345/6196.cover-expansion
August 2014: Now also online at GEO: The "Methamorphosis" Feature: http://www.geo.de/GEO/natur/fotogalerien/fotogalerie-im-wunderland-der-kleinsten-78130.html
July 2014: Bioimages 2014: eye of science could place 6! pictures and, as last year one of our SEM-photos is "Best of Show" see: http://www.bca.org/gallery/bioimages2014salon.html
June 2014: Freshly published: our Story we produced together with the biologist Lasse Kling about the metamorphosis of insects in GEO June 2014: http://www.geo.de/GEO/heftreihen/geo_magazin/das-bluehende-leben-77830.html#page/18
A small but nice feature about flowers in the Guardian Mai 2014: www.theguardian.com/science/gallery/2014/may/09/spring-flowers-pictures-electron-microscope
The National Geographic IMAX movie "Mysteries of the unseen World" is out in American and Australian IMAX cinemas. It shows things that are not visible with the naked eye. In addition to X-ray, high speed, time lapse, thermography the micro world is shown just as well. Also some of our images are included. The trailer: movies.nationalgeographic.com/movies/mysteries-of-the-unseen-world/
On 1 December, a documentary about eye of science was shown in the Italian-Swiss television: "L'occio della scienca" of course in Italian, sorry. But the show will soon be seen in Swiss german.
One of our UW-shots has made it in the finals of the "international science & engineering visualization challenge". It can be voted by the audience until November 29th. The link to the overall competition: http://bit.do/ecGL
Now available in bookstores or online shops: our calendar "Hidden worlds 2014". Again 12 scanning and transmission electron microscope images in outstanding print quality. Published by DuMont Verlag. A contingent at a special price for visitors of our website is ready: eos special price
Now online: a selection of images of the exhibition of the Royal Photographic society in the daily mail online magazine.
The current exhibition „International Images for Science 2013“ of the Royal Photographic Society shows several pictures of eye of science.
In June 2013, we received the award "Best of show", BioImages-Salon, California.
Mai 2017: Drosophila suzukii, Proboscis
The spotted wing fruit fly (Drosophila suzukii) belongs to the family of fruit flies (Drosophilidae) and is closely related to Drosophila melanogaster. Originally native to Southeast Asia, it has now spread through the international fruit trade in the temperate climate of the whole northern hemisphere. D. suzukii is a fruit crop pest and is a serious economic threat to soft summer fruit. Here the proboscis, the tool used for ingesting juice, can be seen unfolded.
Scanning electron microscope, magnification 300:1