Our Benevolent Seed Overlords have announced a photo contest:
Where do you do science? Seed Magazine wants to know.
We’ve all seen the stereotypical pictures of a science lab: microscopes and petri dishes sitting atop sterile work benches; electric circuits sunk in a mess of metal wires and batteries; equations scribbled on blackboards. But we also know that plenty of world-changing science goes on in non-typical places.
Now hard at work on the next issue, Seed editors want to see the typical or not-so-typical places where you do science. For the chance to get your scientific work space featured in Seed, please send a photo of it to firstname.lastname@example.org by Tuesday, May 13th at 5:00pm EST. Please write “Where I Do Science Photo Submission” in the subject line, and send as high a resolution image as you can. In the body of the email, please include: your name; what kind of science you do; and the location of the photo.
Photos should *not* have any people in them, just the work space itself.
My space looks like this: