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Woods Hole images 2015, Round 1 – The winner

Posted by , on 18 April 2017

The votes are in for our latest Development cover competition with entries from the 2015 class of the Woods Hole Embryology Course. 

With 578 votes counted, a winner emerged with 40% of the vote –

 

4th Place (72 votes) – Clathria

3rd Place (136 votes) – Mice

2nd Place (138 votes) – Jellyfish

1st Place (232 votes) – Chicken

 

 

This planetary image is a Stage 10 chick embryo with noggin coated beads taken by Theodora Koromila (CalTech, USA), and will probably be the first Development cover to have been taken with a phone through the eyepiece of a microscope!

Congratulations to Theodora, and thanks to Shun Sogabe
, Chiara Sinigaglia
 and Martin Minařík for the other beautiful entries.

Look out for Round 2 in the coming weeks.




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