“All Around Gene” illustrates how a single gene can have a role as diverse as shaping the development of the brain, wings, and legs.
A very-high resolution picture of tiny portion of a solid film is taken with scanning electron microscope or SEM. The deposited film is of a dielectric material called calcium copper titanate.
The above picture can be interpreted as somebody having a nice laugh. In reality, it is a part of the developing heart of a chick embryo.
This is a high magnification scanning electron microscopy image of scratch damage of a metallic “nanolaminate” film composed of twenty nanometer, alternating layers of copper and silver.