Two students from the Laser Analytics group were recently featured in the Micro-choreography issue of Interalia Magazine.
"The aim of the “Micro-choreography” issue is to highlight examples where aesthetic practice draws inspiration from the molecular sciences and ways in which science uses aesthetics to create representations of nature which are invisible to our eyes - e.g., the dynamical realm of molecules, atoms, and electrons."
A static representation of fluorescent nano-beads tumbling and diffusing through the focal plane of my light sheet microscope. Each frame of the video was colour coded and the video was then summed to create this single image by Craig Russell
The synthesis from RNA to molecule of individual beta-actin proteins in real time inside the axon of a developing neuron. Each colour represents hereby a different time-point during acquisition by Florian Stroehl