The BCA has a paid position open for a Director of Communications. Karen Hensley, our current Director, is available to answer any questions regarding this position and assist you with getting started. This position becomes available January 1, 2018.
BIOCOMM 2018 will be June 19-22 at the Hotel Indigo in Savannah, Georgia. Plans are in the works for a series of presentations, demonstrations, keynote speakers and a one-day workshop on June 23.
BCA formally announced the results of the 2017 Board election at the Business Meeting during BIOCOMM, in Portland, Oregon on June 23.
Congratulations to Fabian de Kok‑Mercado from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute who won Best of Show for his interactive Virus Explorer at the BioImages Award Ceremony held Wednesday evening, June 21, 2017 in Portland, Oregon.
Judges for BioImages 2017 awarded 20 images with Citation of Merit, 7 images with the Award of Excellence and 8 images received special merit awards. An additional 66 images were selected to be on display in the salon at the annual BIOCOMM meeting.
The Louis Schmidt Committee of the BioCommunications Association is pleased to announce that the 2017 Louis Schmidt Laureate is Richard A. McNeely. The Schmidt Award will be presented to Rick during BIOCOMM 2017 in Portland, Oregon.
BIOCOMM 2017 Keynote address by Jack Dykinga
Pulitzer Prize winning photographer Jack Dykinga shared "A Life Shaped by People that Profoundly Influenced My Image Making" as the Maria Ikenberg Lindberg Keynote at BIOCOMM 2017. Jack blends fine art photography with documentary photojournalism and presented how people in his life have influenced his image making.
Three new videos from BIOCOMM 2017 have been added to our YouTube channel featuring presentations from Adam Cooper about Street Photograph, Jamie Hayden about Advanced Imaging Technology at Wistar Institute, and Gabe Unda about Focus Stacking HDR scenics.
Winter is coming. Learn how to photograph snowflakes in the latest Tips & Techniques article by Michael Peres, RBP, FBCA.
Tips & Techniques is a resource tool for sharing expertise and professional experience to professional photographers and visual communicators in the life sciences.
In the Fall 2017 BCA News you can read about: plans for BIOCOMM 2018, upcoming EFFE opportunities, Rick Dewitt, a spy and camera museum, stocking stuffer ideas for photographers and more.
Issue 41-1 of The Journal of Biocommunication is now online and includes four academic articles, two stunning professional showcases and the amazing imagery of the Salon winners from the 2016 AMI annual meeting.
The BioCommunications Association is an international association of photographers, videographers and graphic designers who create visual media for medicine and science.