Author: Rachel Crowley

Rachel is a science writer who enjoys using her medicinal chemistry training to create accessible public health content and engaging science education resources.

Posts by Rachel Crowley

A Call for Your Scientific Images and Videos

Laboratory-grown cells. We’re always looking to add stunning images to our gallery, like this one from Tina Weatherby Carvalho, University of Hawaii at Manoa.

Have you seen our image and video gallery? We’d love to feature your work there!

The gallery contains photos, illustrations, and videos that showcase NIGMS-supported science. It’s a place where anyone, including teachers, students, and journalists, can get images that help people understand and appreciate biomedical research. Images in the gallery are freely available for educational, news media, or other noncommercial purposes, as long as the user credits the source (i.e., you/your colleagues and institution).

We regularly feature cool imagery from the gallery on our Biomedical Beat blog and in our social media posts.

If you have interesting or striking images or videos created with NIGMS support that you’d like to share via our image and video gallery, please let us know! We prefer entries without copyright restrictions (i.e., never published or retained under copyright).