Call for Stunning Microscopy Images—Deadline March 10

A collage of images showing taste buds on the tongue, nerve fibers, microtubules and actin filaments, small intestine, and plague bacteria.

In a few months, stunning microscopy images from NIH grantees will be featured in an exhibit called Life: Magnified.

The exhibit, a joint project of the American Society for Cell Biology (ASCB), NIGMS and the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, will run from June through November of this year at Dulles International Airport. This is an exciting opportunity to educate the public about cutting-edge biomedical research.

If you have images you’d like us to consider for display, please see the submission Web site Exit icon for image requirements and instructions. Submissions are due by March 10. You can contact NIGMS’ Alisa Machalek or ASCB’s Thea Clarke with any questions. You don’t have to be an ASCB member or an NIGMS grantee to contribute images.

If you find yourself near the C Concourse at Dulles later this year, I encourage you to stop by the Gateway Gallery to check it out.

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