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10th Mar 2014, 8:04 AM
Welcome to Wellcome image awards 2014 - an annual photography and imaging in science competition. You certainly don't see these kind of images every day, from tick close up embeded in a skin, x-ray of a bat, to a hight-tech micrograph of a zebrafish embryo. Check out some of the best images of the year.


X-ray of a brown long-eared bat. Photo: Chris Thorn


Transverse section through a stained lilium bud showing the male and female reproductive organs. Photo: Spike Walker


False-coloured scanning electron micrograph of a zebrafish embryo. Photo: Annie Cavanagh & David McCarthy


Bird's eye view of a model of a medieval human mandible, captured using a a micro CT scanner. Photo: Kevin Mackenzie/University of Aberdeen


Mechanical heart pump, as revealed by a dual energy tomography angiography of a human chest. Photo: Anders Persson


False-coloured micrograph of an agricultural sludge sample after burning in an oxygen atmosphere. Photo: Eberhardt Josue Friedrich Kernahan & Enrique Rodriguez Canas


False-coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a head louse egg attached to a strand of human hair. Photo: Kevin Mackenzie/University of Aberdeen


SEM of an Arabidopsis thaliana flower, commonly known as thale cress. Photo: Stefan Eberhard


Deer tick embedded in a man’s skin. Photo: Ashley Prytherch


SEM of a kidney stone – 2mm wide. Photo: Kevin Mackenzie


Photograph of Astrantia major, Hadspen Blood. Photo: Dr Henry Oakeley


Computed tomography scan of the head of a seal. Photo: Anders Persson

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