The Royal Photographic Society's International Images for Science Exhibition is now open.

Quantum dot horizon, credit: H U Danzebrink
Quantum dot horizon

The exhibition fulfils The Society’s remit to promote the Art & Science of Photography. Scientists have always needed to communicate their discoveries by pictorial documentation in the form of photographs.

Aesthetic imperfection, credit: H U Danzebrink
Aesthetic imperfection

In fact, the application of photography to science is almost as old as photography itself. This exhibition of stunning and beautiful images showcases the vast range of applications of photography within modern-day science.

Scanning probe methods

Nanoscale images on show include "Aesthetic imperfections" and "Quantum dot horizon" by Hans U Danzebrink of PTB Braunschweig, Germany.

The exhibition takes place from 1 - 29 September 2011 at:

The Royal Photographic Society,
Fenton House,
Bath
BA2 3AH

Monday to Friday 9.30am – 4.30pm FREE ENTRY

For more information and to view all of the images online,
visit - http://www.rps.org/international-images-for-science

•   Images used with permission of the artist, credit for both: Hans U Danzebrink.