Prepare your entries now for submission to BioImages 2018. Entries will be accepted starting on March 1, in three divisions – Still Media, Graphics Media and Motion Media. For more information, visit the BioImages entry page. Winners will be announced at the BioImages Awards ceremony at BIOCOMM 2018. To view last years winners, visit the BioImages Gallery.
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.
Checkout the BIOCOMM Schedule to see what's on tap!
Three more videos from BIOCOMM 2017
Three more videos from BIOCOMM 2017 have been added to our YouTube channel.
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.
The Winter 2018 BCA News is now online. Checkout the BIOCOMM 2018 preview and read about Kate Mackley, our new Director of Communications. Norm Barker's book "Hidden Beauty" is now an exhibit and it's on tour! Also read news about Chip Hedgcock, Bob Turner, and how Jamie Hayden's idea became BCA's new landing page.
Issue 41-2 of The Journal of Biocommunication has launched and is the second issue published this calendar year.
Winter is here! Learn how to photograph snowflakes in the latest Tips & Techniques article by Michael Peres, RBP, FBCA.
The BioCommunications Association is an international association of photographers, videographers and graphic designers who create visual media for medicine and science.