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Microscopic Marvels Star in Movies

The winners of Nikon’s first ever Small World in Motion Competition were featured in a video segment on msnbc.com.

In the accompanying article, Alan Boyle writes, “What could be more marvelous than seeing microscopic wonders at super-close range? How about watching those wonders at work, through the magic of time-lapse photography? That’s the kind of wow factor that Nikon Instruments was going for with their first-ever Small World in Motion Photomicrography Competition — and it looks as if the winning entries have hit the mark.”

Watch the video on msnbc.com

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