Volume 92 Issue 24 | p. 5 | News of The Week
Issue Date: June 16, 2014

Up-Close View Of Life

Art: "Life: Magnified" exhibit at Washington Dulles International Airport aims to raise public awareness of biomedical research with microscopy photographs
Department: Government & Policy
Keywords: art, biomedical research, cells, NIH

Travelers passing through Washington Dulles International Airport can get a glimpse of the intricacies of life via images of cells, brains, bacteria, viruses, and more—some enlarged as much as 50,000 times. The images are in an exhibit called “Life: Magnified,” which is on display in the airport’s Gateway Gallery through November.

The collection showcases 46 brightly colored images that were selected from a batch of more than . . .

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