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Jessica Palmer at Bioephemera blogs about an opportunity through the American Society for Cell Biology, which won an NIH GO grant that will be put toward building "The Cell: An Image Library." The society aims to hire eight part-time, offsite microscopists or cell biologists "to assist in the development of an extensive online library." Palmer writes, "While this sounds like it will involve a bit of (virtual) paper-pushing, it could also be a great chance to get involved in creating a substantial bioimagery resource for both the scientific community and (I hope) the public."

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