Nikon opens Small World competition voting
Small World Photomicrography competition
Nikon Instruments is opening up its Small World Photomicrography competition for the public to choose its favourite image for recognition as the Popular Vote winner.
Voters have until 17:00 EDT on 2 October 2009 to select their favourite image from among the top 100 finalists chosen by this year's panel of judges from more than 2,000 entries.
The Popular Vote winner will be recognised along with the 2009 Small World winners selected by the judges in autumn.
The competition celebrates photomicrographers who create beautiful imagery while showcasing a wide variety of advanced scientific disciplines.
Nikon Small World recognises photomicrographers for their achievements in capturing dynamic images at the intersection of science and art.
Top images from the 2009 Nikon Small World Competition will be exhibited in a full-colour calendar and through a national museum tour.
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