All IMB staff and students can submit content in any of the following three categories: imaging, multimedia and science communication.

Please ensure your content meets the criteria below before completing the online submission form.

Imaging

  • Images must be the original work of the IMB staff member or student submitting them.
  • Images must have been produced during the course of IMB research since 2014 and must be a reasonable representation of current scientific understanding/knowledge.
  • Please submit the highest resolution image possible (max 100MB), ideally 2160 pixels high x 3840 pixels wide at 300 dpi and in one of the following formats: jpg, jpeg, tiff, png, psd, ai or eps.
  • If the image has been digitally enhanced or altered, the original image must be submitted as well.
  • Your work must have a title and be submitted with a short plain language description (max. 140 words) describing what it is and why it is important to/helps your research (i.e. scientific relevance). Please write this in plain language so it can easily be understood by community members who are not scientists.
  • Please provide a description of the medium, software and/or equipment used to produce the image.
  • Submitted content must not violate any copyright nor contain any embargoed or commercial-in-confidence content/intellectual property.

Multimedia

  • Art of any media (e.g. model building, photography, 3D structures, videos, agar plates or paint) is accepted, as long as the artwork is original, was produced since 2014, and depicts IMB science and current scientific understanding/knowledge.
  • Video or audio content must be maximum 5 minutes in length and 100MB in size (please submit in the highest resolution possible) and must be provided in any of the following formats: mp3, mp4, wav, wma, mov, mpeg4, avi, or wmv.
  • Your work must have a title and be submitted with a short plain-language description (max. 140 words) describing what it is and why it is important to/helps your research (i.e. scientific relevance). Please write this in plain language so it can easily be understood by community members who are not scientists.
  • Please provide a description of the medium, software and/or equipment used to make the artwork.
  • Submitted content must not violate any copyright nor contain any embargoed or commercial-in-confidence content/intellectual property.

Science communication

  • Any original visual or written communication piece, such as comics, educational drawings or non-fiction feature stories, that explains or shares the story of IMB science and/or scientific processes, knowledge or life with a community audience and was produced since 2014.
  • Written content must be maximum 5 pages in length, 100MB in size and must be submitted in either docx or pdf format.
  • Your work must have a title and non-written pieces must be submitted with a short plain-language description (max. 140 words) describing what it is and why it is important to/helps your research (i.e. scientific relevance). Please write this in plain language so it can easily be understood by community members who are not scientists.
  • Please provide a description of the medium, software and/or equipment used to make the artwork.
  • Submitted content must not violate any copyright nor contain any embargoed or commercial-in-confidence content/intellectual property.