You might mistake Amy Swartz for an entomologist, a scientist who pins insects onto boards for categorization and display. But she’s a trickster, an artist with a wicked sense of humour who fuses tiny toy heads and bodies onto flies, beetles, butterflies and bees.
You don’t have to be a science geek to appreciate the power over nature of an electron microscope. These massively magnified shots are humbling, often puzzling, even disorienting. (Above: Mosquito eyes) These images are distributed by FEI Company, which produces electron microscopes for nanoscale research by scientists, engineers […]