One of the artwork from this year’s Art in Science was featured in the NIH Director’s Blog!
Here’s an excerpt from Dr. Collin’s post.
“As Halloween approaches, lots of kids and kids-at-heart will be watching out for ghosts and goblins. So, to help meet the seasonal demand for scary visuals, I’d like to share this award-winning image that’s been packaged into a brief video. The “ghoul” you see above is no fleeting apparition: it’s a mouse cell labelled to reveal its microtubules, which are dynamic filaments involved in cellular structure, transport, and motility.”
Check out the blog post to learn more!