Observing a living embryo under the microscope is breathtaking.
In my research, I capture photos and videos of embryos developing from a single cell into fascinating creatures with sophisticated structures, organs and behavior. However, only a few photos are eventually published in research papers, while the vast majority stays lonely on the hard drives.
To explore the potential of these images to engage other scientists and non-scientists, I’ve been sharing this type of material online and exhibits for some years. Most photos/videos are available at:
- Photos and Videos (tags on this website)
- YouTube ans Vimeo (where I put most of my videos)
- Cifonauta (material from my master’s thesis with echinoderm development)
- Wikimedia Commons (material from my doctorate with a greater diversity of creatures)
- Flickr (older images)
For re-use simply follow the specified license (usually Creative Commons) or contact me. Below you can find a few highlights of this endeavor.