Nikon’s Small World in Motion competition showcased the best microscopic footage of the year. The best entries are selected for their beauty and uniqueness. They are helping to answer some of the world’s biggest questions like how to cure cancer by studying melanoma cells or how the human body develops by looking at zebrafish embryos.
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