But what am I talking about?
Nature Research Instagram of course!
Since my last post about this, from January this year, we have gone from 40,000 to 80,000 followers. This is amazing and a result of the brilliant photos, illustrations, figures and videos that *you* share as part of your community posts (and then let us to share on Insta).
So thanks again, and please do keep adding images to your posts. You can add as many as you like, and I always say the more the merrier - it can really help convey your message and it's fascinating to take a look into the research life of others. And you never know, we might share your image next.
Recent images we've shared from this Community include farming fields in India and Nepal by Frank Eyhorn and an atmospheric photograph taken by Rodrigo Cámara Leret in New Guinea. And, this photo of a water distiller (looks like a pizza box) was our most liked post on Instagram for a long time until some blood cells and enzymes came along!
Can we reach 100,000 by the end of 2019...
Poster image: Birth of a magnetic star.
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