Our Tumblr followers are invited to a special after-hours event on Thursday, July 7 to view this and many other beautiful images created for scientific research in a new photo exhibition Picturing Science: Museum Scientists and Imaging Technologies. You’ll have the opportunity to visit cutting-edge research labs, meet Museum scientists, and more. (Beer and wine is on us). Sign up here for your chance to attend!
Pictured here: Associate Curator in the Museum’s Division of Vertebrate Zoology John Sparks, an ichthyologist, highlights details of cichlids and other small fish, like the Atlantic Spotted Mackerel pictured here, using biological dyes. 

Our Tumblr followers are invited to a special after-hours event on Thursday, July 7 to view this and many other beautiful images created for scientific research in a new photo exhibition Picturing Science: Museum Scientists and Imaging Technologies. You’ll have the opportunity to visit cutting-edge research labs, meet Museum scientists, and more. (Beer and wine is on us). Sign up here for your chance to attend!

Pictured here: Associate Curator in the Museum’s Division of Vertebrate Zoology John Sparks, an ichthyologist, highlights details of cichlids and other small fish, like the Atlantic Spotted Mackerel pictured here, using biological dyes. 

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