Max Planck's 'Images of Science' Exhibit Now Showing at the Frost Museum
Max Planck's 'Images of Science' Exhibit Now Showing at the Frost Museum

JAN 1 thru JUN 16

The Max Planck Florida Institute for Neuroscience and the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science in Downtown Miami's Museum Park are proud to announce the opening of Images of Science. An exhibit that will feature over 30 striking images captured during the course of scientific research.

Images in the exhibition cover myriad areas of scientific research, from tiny neurons within the brain, to insights into the structures of the early universe and many more areas of earth science, biology, and even architecture. What unites the exhibition is the rare opportunity for the visitor to experience exquisite details normally only viewable by scientists with cutting-edge imaging equipment. Images of Science is an unprecedented look at the smallest details that form the base of beauty and knowledge in our world.

Science often strives to push the boundaries of the known world to explore new topics and make the invisible visible. In addition to a purely scientific documentation of research objects, sometimes images are created that feature surprising aesthetic forms and structures — abstract works of art from a world normally hidden to the human eye.

Each year, scientists from the more than 80 research institutes of the Max Planck Society enter images showcasing their work from the most various research fields in an annual photography competition. The winning pictures form the basis of a travelling exhibit that provides a fascinating glimpse into the world of science.

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