What Am I Looking At?

Thanks to advanced imaging techniques, biomedical researchers are able to create clearer pictures than ever before of cells, molecules, and other microscopic machinery—revealing new and fascinating details about how our bodies work. Take the quiz and see if you can guess what’s what in their stunning images.

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