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Submit to the joint BSDB-the Node virtual art exhibition

Posted by , on 25 July 2023

To showcase the variety of interests and artistic talents among the developmental biology community, the Node and the British Society for Developmental Biology (BSDB) will jointly host a virtual art exhibition, accompanying the upcoming European Developmental Biology Congress (EDBC) in September.  

You may wish to submit a scientific image generated in the lab, craft or artwork inspired by your scientific work, or something completely unrelated to science!

The three categories in the exhibition are:

  1. Scientific images
  2. Science-inspired art
  3. Art by Scientists (artwork unrelated to science)

Laser-cut wooden coasters by Helen Weavers

Entries in each of the three categories will have the chance of winning one of Helen Weavers’ laser-cut wooden coasters depicting BSDB medal designs.

Submission is open to anyone from the developmental biology community, even if not registered to attend EDBC, and the art exhibition will be free and available for anyone to view.

To submit your images, please:

1) Complete this Google form, where you can indicate which category your images are in, and provide a title and short description for each image. Each person can submit up to 5 images. 

2) Email the images to Please save the images under the same image titles indicated in this Google form. If the sizes of the images are too large to attach to the email, use and provide the link to the files in your email.

Deadline for submissions: Sunday 27 August 23:59 BST

Please note that the exhibition organisers reserve the right to select or reject images for the exhibition.

The 2021 BSDB virtual art exhibition

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