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English scientific photography competition EPSRC at the Council for Engineering and Physical Sciences.
Atoms and psychedelic bubbles, science and art – all this in today’s reportage.

Biodegradable microparticles in the shape of a bowl can help fight cancers. They can be administered together with drugs to treat cancer, to help them penetrate deeper into the tumor. How much it will help – someday we’ll find out.

To better understand neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s disease, scientists create models of body tissues. This image shows the connection between artificially constructed nerve cells (green) and muscle fibers (red).

Aluminum structures made with three-dimensional printing, known as selective laser melting. Their unique shapes give them incredible strength, allowing engineers to minimize the weight of components. Where? For example, in a car.

This snapshot refers to the ability of materials to effectively grow stem cells. The ability of cells to attach to various materials is an important step towards the discovery of new biomaterials, and the ability of stem cells to transform into cells of various organs and tissues is an important step towards recovery.

So look at the increase of soap bubbles in the kitchen sink. Different colors on the right indicate the thickness of the film.

How to replace concrete blocks in construction? Here experiments with Sudanese soil are shown in order to obtain new strong materials.

Abelmosh is edible, or lady’s fingers – an edible plant. The farmer is holding vegetables grown in the same period, only the left ones are watered with an automated system, and the right ones are hand-made from the watering can.

Micro-bubbles in an electron microscope. They can also be used to better deliver drugs to tumors in the body. The scale is 2 μm.

Butterfly wing on a nanometer scale. Tiny structures on the wings that catch the sun’s rays, creating dazzling colors.

Placentas serve one important goal – they support a new life, but they are fantastically diverse in form and appearance.

The winner of the competition was a graduate student at Oxford University, David Nadlinger, who took off a single strontium atom.
In the photo “One atom in an ion trap,” made by Nadlinger, one sees an almost immobile strontium atom in a magnetic field created by two electrodes. The distance between the electrodes is about two millimeters.

The picture is taken through a window in a vacuum chamber in which an ion trap is located. The atom, illuminated by a blue-violet laser beam, absorbs and emits enough light to allow a conventional camera to capture it on a long exposure.
In the atomic sense, strontium atoms are quite large, but they are still infinitesimal enough to see them. Therefore, it is just a shine from the reflection of the laser beam.

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