NIH wants your images

Coronavirus spike, David Veesler, University of Washington

Coronavirus spike, David Veesler, University of Washington

Has your research ever resulted in an image so perfect, you wish everyone could see it? The NIH is currently hosting a call for images of NIH-funded research. Selected images will be posted in the official NIH Image Gallery on Flickr. The gallery is a resource for the media, educational institutions, and the public, and the images posted are free to use, with proper credit.  This is a great way to contribute resources to the extramural community while gaining exposure for your work!

You can submit your images now through May 16, 2016. Information about rules and criteria can be found at here. There is also a link on the NIH Public Information Office home page and questions may be sent to flickr@od.nih.gov.

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