RMS Annual Call for Images

Do you have a striking image that you’re proud of and would like to see shared with our members?

The RMS is on the lookout for micrographs!

We love using your beautiful images on our website, in our newsletters and on our social media posts. We also put them on the cover of infocus Magazine and the Journal of Microscopy.

So if you would like to showcase your skills, we would like to utilise them. In the first of what will be an annual call for images we have opened up submissions. We accept images from all forms and applications of microscopy in both life and physical sciences.

If we use your image we'll make sure to credit you and any other co-authors - what better way to get your work out to a wider audience.

You can submit your image online now. Good Luck!

Submission Form

Submitter Details

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Terms & Conditions of Submissions

The copyright of the entire image before and after manipulation must be held by the submitter or the submitter must have the written authority of the copyright owner to submit the image. It is the responsibility of the submitter to seek all permissions required for the image to display under the submitter’s name, and for the publication of the submission. The Society reserve the right to request evidence of such authorities or consents.

Appropriate credit should be given to copyright owners or co-authors of an image.

The Society reserve the right to reproduce and exhibit and to license the reproduction and the exhibition of some or all, in whole or part, in all media (now known or hereafter created) of all submissions without the permission of the entrant or copyright owner or payment for such use, but only in line with the charitable objectives of the Royal Microscopical Society (RMS). The moral right of the copyright owner will be acknowledged.

Should the organisers wish to reproduce and exhibit any entry or entries not in association with the RMS, then the Society will obtain permission from the owner of the copyright and a reasonable reproduction fee may be payable.