Fruit flies are well known in science for their weird mutations. These two individuals belong to ...
Oeggerli is like a modern Leeuwenhoek, using the technology of his art to make visible to the rest of us what was long obvious to only a few.
Dr. Rob R. Dunn Professor of Biology at NCSU and Author for National Geographic
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Is this another story about ugly critters? No way – Micronauts brand new image series of mites is truely unique. As a whole revealing the extraordinary variety of mites. To understand, you have to see it with your own eyes. But for the author, this long-term project means much more: the tiny mites have accompanied him through [...]
As some of you may know, I have been working in cancer research for over 10 years. Helping children suffering from cancer, and their families, is a subject very close to my heart. On behalf of the “Stiftung für krebskranke Kinder”, I encourage you to look at the links and movie above, to see how [...]
Martin Oeggerli is Micronaut. The Swiss science photographer has been invited to the 2011 Gwangju Design Biennale by prominent Chinese artist and director Ai Weiwei. His award-winning works are published by the greatest names in science and photography, such as BBC, CELL, Nature, VOGUE, and National Geographic [...]
Have a look at the artists newest works and dive into Micronaut's legendary collection of hand-colored Scanning-Electron-Microscopy (SEM) scans...