LifeSciences Calendar 2020

by Oliver Meckes & Nicole Ottawa


Electron microscopic motifs of biological structures. In Photoshop elaborately colored. Large-format art calendar high-quality printed: Special illuminated inks, UV clear lacquer finishing. Manual wire-o-ring connection.

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Formate: 50 x 70 cm


The LifeSciences Calendar 2020 is the 19th edition of the art calendar known among enthusiasts.

Early booking discount

We offer our fan base and other interested parties here again the opportunity successfully practiced in recent years the LifeSciences calendar 2020 already Now to order an early bird price (and immediately afterwards, also to pay). The delivery will then take place from the end of October / beginning of November according to the receipt of the order.

The list price of the high-quality art calendar is 69,95 EUR (incl. VAT in Germany). We will also start further early bookings next to this, however, the discount will decrease as the time of real availability gets closer.

Discover the world of plants, insects and bacteria close up The science photographers Oliver Meckes and Nicole Ottawa, who have won numerous awards at the World Press Photo Award, will take you to the world of the scanning electron microscopy. Scientific photographs, rounded off by expert and informative texts This calendar also inspires the laity and has been awarded several times on the Stuttgart calendar show, most recently in 2011 with a bronze medal.


eye of science

Nicole Ottawa, graduate biologist

1965 born in Leipheim/Danube
1985-1993 Study of biology at the "Freie Universität Berlin" with the degree Diplom- Biologin
1993-1994 Internship at the Institute for Scientific Photography, M. Kage, Schloss Weissenstein
1994 Course on scanning electron microscopy, University of M√ľnster

Oliver Meckes, photographer

1963 born in Stuttgart
1976 first contacts to microscopy and photography
1979-1982 Apprenticeship as a photo retailer, beginning underwater and macro photography
1983-1985 Training as a photographer, Kirchheim unter Teck
1986-1989 Internship as microphotographer and
1989-1994 Activity as scientific photographer at the Institute for Scientific Photography, M. Kage, Schloss Weissenstein


1995 Foundation of eye of science in Reutlingen, acquisition and digitization of an analog SEM
2002 Relocation to own rooms optimized for the requirements of microscopy
2008 new digital field emission scanning electron microscope with high resolution and different vacuum modes