From decaying insects found inside a lamp to a mesmerising shot of a crack in an ice sheet, the top picks from the Close-up Photographer Of the Year awards are oddly immersive.
Klaus Klemp resurrected a dead Victorian artform to create these intricate, microscopic bio-mandalas.
"Outbreak" by Rogan Brown actually makes us want to stare at bacteria for hours on end.
One half of the now-defunct duo The Books, Zammuto made this mesmerizing video which makes "the man-made world look crude by comparison."
Scientists have made a material that's the size of a grain of sand, and it folds into cubes, pyramids, and more with a little liquid added.
Harvard scientists are using nano-chemistry to create tiny floral architecture.
Each panel is about 25 micro-meters in length. Comic Book Guy's mind would explode.
A Q+A with the man behind the artworks that go, "From nano to macro, hovering between the tangible and intangible."
Louie Schwartzberg's recent TED Talk gets really up-close-and-personal with nature (we're talking snail tongues...)
The new micro-artwork from is four times smaller than your average miniature.