New technologies can bring new artwork. That's the message behind the Olympus BioScapes Digital Imaging Competition, with 1,500 contestants using microscopes to capture arresting images. Fourth place went to Albert Pan of Harvard University, for his imagine of zebrafish neurons (pictured). First place went to M.I. Walker of Staffordshire, England, for an image of a tiny wasp called a fairy fly, that earned him $5,000 worth of Olympus photography equipment.
Outliers: Tiny creatures, big impact
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