Posts Tagged ‘stem cell images’

Right Turn: Biting into some incredible art

Author: Lisa Willemse, 04/12/13

Developmental biologists among you may be aware that voting in the Node’s image competition wrapped this week. Five wonderful images were in the running for the cover on a future issue of Development – and bragging rights, of course. I discovered the contest too late to cast my own vote, but thought I’d include my…Read more

Awakening in Toronto

Author: Lisa Willemse, 01/14/13

We’ve posted several times in the past on exhibits and events where stem cells feature not just as a subject of scientific study, but as works of art. In this we are not alone — in addition to our own Cells I See art contest, shows at the Ontario Science Centre and the critically-acclaimed Perceptions…Read more

2012 Cells I See winners

Author: Stem Cell Network, 05/11/12

  By all accounts, the 35 entries in this year’s Cells I See Art Contest & Gallery Showing were among the best we’ve ever had. Certainly, there were more than we’d ever seen before (view them all here) — so many, in fact, that we had to clear an entire lounge space at the host hotel just…Read more

35 reasons to like stem cells

Author: Lisa Willemse, 04/12/12

2010 Cells I See winner: The Beauty of Pluripotency by Kamal Garcha For the past four years, the Stem Cell Network has held a small image/art contest, known as Cells I See. You may have viewed announcements of the winners in previous blog posts. The contest, by and large, was a quiet affair, known only…Read more