Invisible Worlds

Invisible Worlds
Author : Julie Coquart
Publisher : Hf Ullmann
Total Pages : 208
Release : 2013
ISBN 10 : 3848001845
ISBN 13 : 9783848001842
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

"In this large format illustrated book a scanning electron microscope takes the reader on a tour of the inner life of things, revealing a world of images normally invisible to the human eye. The best and most beautiful micro-photographs in the world (some of which have been awarded the Nikon Small World Photography Prize) shows objects from nature (human beings, animals, plants), biology medicine, mineralogy and textiles from a completely new vantage point: greatly enlarged and in brilliant colour. In the process, landscapes of unfathomable beauty which provide completely new insights into the objects which harbour them emerge. The introduction and explanatory notes are by a French scientific journalist (M.Sc. in Biology). "


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