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BCA News: Winter 2019

BIOCOMM 2019 at Asilomar State Beach and Conference Center
BIOCOMM 2019 is shaping up to be an exciting and educational meeting full of dynamic workshops and presentations set in a great location at Asilomar Conference Center.   Read more »

Kakadu World Heritage Area – Tourists Beware!
Kakadu National Park is dual-listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List for its outstanding natural and cultural values. This area is remote and difficult to access.   Read more »

Here Be Dragons: A personal log of Floreana Island
Try as I might, I could come up no more apropos phrase than Here be Dragons to describe my walk across Floreana Island in the Galapagos archipelago.   Read more »

BioImages Judges: Creating and Exhibiting Award Winning Images
Image-makers often ponder what a judge looks for in assessing an image for an award or exhibition. To discuss this process, we have asked BioImages judges, past and present to share their thoughts.   Read more »

Letter from the President
BCA is 89 years old this year, what an accomplishment. A group of like-minded people realized if they pooled their resources and shared their expertise that they would help others in their field.   Read more »

Member Profile: Jim Wetzel
I was first exposed to photomicrography as an undergraduate. Those shapes and patterns of the "invisible world" were captivating. Without any thought as to why, I wanted to make similar images.   Read more »

Nikon Small World Exhibit
150 people showed up for the opening of the 44th Annual Nikon Small World Exhibit to see the amazing visual art from the microscope and experience an entertaining science and educational event.   Read more »

A Modern Day Daguerreotypist
The daguerreotype was the first commercially successful photographic process with its mystic silver mirror effect. Jerry works with the Becquerrel method that only requires light to develop the image avoiding the dangerous elements of the traditional daguerreotype process.   Read more »

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