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Cambridge Reproduction

Photograph frames with question marks on them

Do you have images of reproduction that you can share with us?

We are currently building a library of images to represent the huge variety of types of reproduction research that happen in the SRI. We will use these for a range purposes, including to accompany news stories, to refresh our website, and to illustrate the work of researchers in funding bids, reports and other documents.

We would be hugely grateful if you could share images of or from your research with us. They don't have to be your own research images - any images that you have found would be helpful (for example, pictures that illustrate more general concepts, such as surrogacy or genome editing, or those that come from historical sources). We have often used images from libraries (where the licences allow us to do so), and would welcome ideas for other free-to-use images that illustrate aspects of reproduction.

To help us use these images as accurately as possible, it would be great to have the following:

  • An indication of the source of the image (e.g. is it an image that you have made during your own research, or has it come from elsewhere?)
  • A caption, describing briefly what the image shows (and its wider research context or significance)
  • Any copyright lines or credits that should accompany the image
  • Confirmation that you give us permission to use the image as above (if you are the right-holder) or else a link to the right-holder or licensing terms (so we can get permission directly).

Please send images or ideas for illustrations to Christina Rozeik (