Nano Drone


"Nano Octopus"
"An octopus-like structure that consists of a liquid gallium head with silica nanowire arms. This structure was grown in a tube furnace at 950 degrees Celsius. Silane was used as the silicon source and gallium was provided by heating gallium nitride powder. The gallium droplets act as catalysts for silica nanowire growth. This picture was taken inside a field emission gun scanning electron microscope at 8000X magnification."

Zhengwei Pan
Engineering
Physics and Astronomy
Georgia University

"Stretching the Limits 2"
"The artist created a nanosculpture by casting a mixture of polymers on glass. The layer's surface has been visualized with a Scannning Electron Microscope. The monochromatic electron scan has been painted and manipulated digitally. The final image is printed on canvas with archival inks specially formulated to last for a long time. The depth and three dimensions achieved in NanoArt sets this process of electron imaging apart from Photography, where images are created by photons (particles of light) rather than by electrons (electrically charged particles). The electrons penetrate deeper inside the structure creating images with more depth, more natural 3D look than the photographic images."

Cris Orfescu
Cris Orfescu Gallery


"Blue Recursive"
"The algorithm used to generate this image is based on the Hilbert space filling curve, discovered by mathematician David Hilbert. This version of Relyea's program is new in that it subdivides spaces within the total space to be filled and runs the algorithm to fill the smaller spaces separately. Each smaller space is centered on a point on the curve causing the smaller renderings to intersect the larger one in interesting ways."

Don Relyea
Don Relyea Gallery


"Scanning electron microscopy of template-synthesized gold nanowires."

Yevgeny Berdichevsky
Massachusetts General Hospital
Harvard Medical School

"Confocal Microscopy of cells stained for beta-actin, tubulin, and cellular nuclei."

Eileen J. Kennedy
Verdine Research Group
Harvard University

"A Low-Friction Molecular Electrostatic Bearing Assembly. The covalent assembly of two adamantanoid rings (blue) to a carbon nanotube (green) locks a second ring (red) in place."

Damian Gregory Allis
Allis Gallery
Syracuse University

"Scanning-electron microscope image of an ultraviolet nanowire light-emitting diode. The scale bar is 5 um."

Mariano Zimmler
Capasso Research Group
Harvard University

"Crystals of a Disulfide Crosslinked DNA-Protein Complex"

Charisse Crenshaw, Wei Wei Oo
Verdine Research Group
Harvard University

"Drunken Amoeba"

Jim Fuess
Jim Fuess Art

"Hydrocarbon Stitched Peptide"

Kim, Kutchukian, Chang, and Verdine
Verdine Research Group
Harvard University

"Maternal"

Jim Fuess
Jim Fuess Art