Call for images for science exhibition at Prada Museum in Milano, Italy.
StratNeuro is partnering with the “Human Brains” initiative by Fondazione Prada, that will include in 2022 a series of events (local workshops, global roundtable discussions, conference and an exhibition at Prada Museum in Milano). Karolinska Institutet is one of 13 leading universities and institutions from across the world to participate in this initiative.
The aim of this initiative is to present, to a nontechnical audience, the complexity of the scientific field in neurodegeneration - highlighting the existing scientific gaps that currently prevent the identification of effective therapies - and to define priorities for research.
One of the initiatives consists of a 4-week exhibition (September 2022) in the Podium space (the Prada foundation’s museum in Milan, Italy). StratNeuro would like to invite the Neuroscience community at Karolinska Institute to send scientific images to be considered for representing KI’s contribution to the exhibition.
The focus of KI’s participation in the initiative will be focused on single-cell biology in neuroscience, highlighting some of the science in this field that has been done at KI, but one of the aims of the exhibition is to depict the path from basic science to clinical application. Therefore, we are aiming to submit images not only from technologies as single-cell omics, RNAscope, in situ hybridization and immunohistochemistry, but also MRI, PET, Magnetoencephalography, etc.
- Please email us your images by 11th of March: StratNeuro@ki.se, carbon copy Tony.email@example.com
- Image format: HR Tiff file, 300-400 dpi
- Included in each image a full caption with credit lines
- The final use(s) of the images are not yet settled; however, Fondazione Prada is considering printouts, monitor presentation onsite, and online usage (including social media).
- The use of logos, as well as image copyright and loans will be defined in the agreement that will formalize the collaboration between StratNeuro, KI & Fondazione Prada