Welcome to an invisible world
My passion with microscopy started since I was 12 years old when I received my first microscope as a gift from my parents. Might have been a toy but it could still magnify specimens up to 40 times. I still remember collecting anything I could possibly find from our garden, that would fit between the lens and the stage, and examining it under the microscope. That opened my eyes to a fascinating, previously invisible world, and established my passion for biology.
Microphotography has been a huge part of my academic journey. I have been taking photographs through a microscope for many years, trying to use those photographs to extract useful data and scientific conclusions.
Recently one of my confocal images depicting a multinucleate spore of the arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi won the 4th place at the "Nikon small world 2020" Photomicrography competition. Another one won the regional "Olympus Image of the Year 2021" for Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.
Click bellow to explore images taken using Scanning electron microscopy (SEM), Confocal microscopy, Compound microscopy & Transmitting electron microscopy (TEM).