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Where science meets art

Our researchers capture incredible scientific images with artistic qualities that transform them into objects of beauty

Aug. 26, 2016

For Fred Hutch researchers, art and science frequently intersect. Discover the striking images our scientists have captured. These images exceed their role as a medium for communicating information and contain the artistic qualities that transform them into objects of beauty and art.

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Center postdoc among top winners in nationwide NIH-sponsored biomedical art contest

Matt Arnegard's depiction of electric fish will be used to help engage and educate policy makers on importance of federal funding for biomedical research

May 29, 2012 | By Galen Motin Goff and Kristen Woodward

In an ocean of scientific imagery, Dr. Matthew Arnegard's depiction of African electric fish clearly rose to the surface in a national biomedical art contest sponsored by the National Institutes of Health. His entry came in No. 3 among 10 winners of the first ever Bio-Art contest, a competition organized by the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology, or FASEB.

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