The European Association for Cancer Research is pleased to announce our new Image of the Month, to be published on our website and shared by email with our community of 10,000+ members.
The intention is to publish outstanding scientific images from EACR members and peers. Microscopes, staining tools and other technology are enabling researchers to capture images that are not only scientifically illuminating, but also fascinating and even beautiful to observe.
We aim for the Image of the Month to promote the research of EACR members, as well as encourage discussion and the exchange of ideas within the EACR community. Click here to see the previous winners.
Any image of your research that you believe is interesting, illuminating or beautiful! For some excellent examples of scientific photography, take a look at the British Society for Cell Biology's annual Image Competition.
We invite all EACR members and peers to submit their cancer research images for possible publication.
Please submit your image and caption as attachments in an email to Claire Sullivan, firstname.lastname@example.org. The EACR will select the best images from those received for publication.
July Winner: Investigation of NEDD9 protein during metastatic process of SCC9 shows high activation of actin filaments on the surface of head and neck cancer cells.
Find out more about the image here.
Submitted by: Martina Šemeláková, researcher at Pavol Jozef Šafárik University in Košice, Faculty of Science, Institute of Biology and Ecology, Slovakia
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