Description: What I want to represent with this photography is the art of life. You can find creatures so beautiful that you could not take your eyes off the creature. Biology teaches you how beautiful the life of living organisms can be considering their anatomy, physiology, evolution, development, distribution, and relationships. It is something that anyone would be delighted with. In my photography, the jellyfish are shown, since, in my opinion, they are beautiful and charming creatures, impossible to not appreciate, this creature is a living organism that in my opinion is art for my eyes. So I consider biology to be an art, in order to understand these living organisms and appreciate what life really is.
by Danae Padilla
Description: The photo shows the oil droplet stuck in between the water and spirit. Due to Archimedes principle, the liquid with a lower density moves on top of that with a higher density. Therefore here we see the water with the highest density pushing the oil and spirit with lower densities up the beaker. The air bubbles on top of the oil droplets reflect light and create the impression that what we see is actually the Christmas decorations.
by Glafira Osipycheva
Description: I found really interesting this spot at my little town, as you can see there is a three on top of an eroded piece of land, this erosion was caused by anthropological actions. What I found amazing was that although the ecosystem in which this being lives was disturbed, it was taken into account to let this tree continue to grow, thanks to this the three continues to contribute to the production of oxygen in the Perote Valley.
Nature never ceases to amaze me do to that in a short period of time I have observed small shoots grow that will become large and strong trees, in a space that was once completely destroyed by the human hand.
by Kathya Juarez Arguelles
Description: Sunflowers always look for the sun to grow, this behavior is called phototropism, which consists of the growth of an organism in response to the stimulus of a light source, in this case the sun, this behavior can also be observed in the mushrooms.
by Moisés Raúl Franco Guerrero
Description: This photo reminds me of the harmony of nature.Blackberries growing themselves and lizard using their leaves for camouflage ıtself. Leaves, as with everything else, slowly wore out, or insects were eaten by insects. Thank you for helping to take that picture for my counselor: Sinem Görgülü
by Eylül Sarıoğlu
Description: According to Archimedes principle, the thrust experienced by solid metal objects is not enough to compensate for their weight and keep them floating in the water, due to the higher density of the metal. However, if they are light objects and we place them carefully on the surface, they can float thanks to the small extra force of the so-called surface tension. Water has the characteristic that its molecules meet each other, under the term of cohesion, attracting each other, those found inside a container of water are surrounded by each other, however those on the surface do not have anyone else up, so they grip the sides and down, forming a layer due to the cohesion forces between the water molecules known as surface tension, this skin is able to support the clip.
by Rabith Zurisadaí Sagahón Hernández
Description:Here is something curious, because there is a phenomenon called "lens shaped clouds" that explains why there are cloud with that sahpe around the mountains or volcanos. But in this case, this mass is black coloured. Usually, he clouds has that shape because an air mass that flows crashing on the geographic wall of the volcano, so that the hottest goes up and the coldest goes down, and if it has enough humidity, this mechanic generates the condensation of the air and forms this cloud. In this case it can be visualized the differences of color between the ash that is white, and the other lens shaped mass black coloured. The white mass expired from the volcano has that color because of the water steam and other gases. Otherwise it can be seen that the white smock flows and then the ash falls
by Jaime Cuatlayol Aparicio
Description: Plant stem cells are naturally undifferentiated, allowing indeterminate growth. They serve as a constant supply of precursor cells, growing and replacing specialized tissues. These stem cells hold a strong potential for biomedical applications and therapies. The thought of these little cells possibly being the key to success in organ regeneration or maybe even the cure to cancer is fascinating.
by Yas Asghari
Description: Based on spider water we can know the phenomena of good environment, spider water can be indicator how the river is still has good condition and far from pollution. The phenomena of spider water is very interesting to analyze, because their existence is really use full for human.
by Rio Irfansyah
Description: "Aerodynamically the body of a bee is not made to fly, the good thing is that the bee does not know it.”- NASA The laws of physics determine that a bee cannot physically fly because of its huge body and its tiny wings. However, they do not know it and they challenge the physics, making a greater effort to be able to fly, since as this is not the case, 60% of the fruits and vegetables that we consume today disappeared because they were not pollinated. So we thank the bees for doing the "impossible" to possible.
by Claudia Fernanda Rosario Jimenez