Images displayed on browse and search results pages are thumbnails, greatly reduced versions of the original image. These are visible to all visitors to the Biology Image Library whether logged in or not.
Only users who are logged in AND subscribed (or viewing the library from within a subscribed institution) will be able to see the full-sized images and movies. To see a full-sized version of an image/movie, and its full annotations, please click on the thumbnail or image title.
To return to the browse or search results page from the full image view, please use the “back” button on your browser.
What software do I need installed?
To view full-size images and movies, you must have the latest version of Apple QuickTime installed on your computer (Read more). You can freely download this software from www.apple.com/quicktime.
After you have downloaded a slideset you will need to have software that can decompress ZIP archive files. Most recent computers have this software pre-installed.
To view the annotations for each item in a downloaded slideset, you will need either PowerPoint installed or other software that lets you view PowerPoint files.
You can use slidesets to:
- group collections of images and movies
- customize the title or description of each item in the slideset
- download all the graphics files and associated annotations individually or as a batch. You will receive a ZIP archive containing a PowerPoint presentation and the original image and movie files