International Images for Science

Packed with intriguing and awe inspiring imagery, the biennial International Images for Science Exhibition showcases the vast range of applications of photography within modern-day science, presenting the many different areas where scientists rely on photography to record, measure and use the resulting images to illustrate their research papers and publications.

Bringing this material into public view, this exhibition allows us to see that these images are not only important for science, but are often beautiful and fascinating works of art in their own right. 

Camping in the Wild Erynnis T by Martin Oeggerli

2011 International Images for Science

The subjects range from micro-organisms and minerals to natural phenomena and the everyday object seen in a new way. The images may show the unfamiliar but they are unquestionably fascinating and beautiful, combining both the art and science of photography.

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