Scientists may be in a lab all day, but that doesn't mean they're not gazing at a stunning view.
The annual Art of Science exhibition brings together the most beautiful imagery from the Walter and Eliza Institute of Medical Research, and includes cancer cells, mouse mammaries and sperm tails.
Institute former director Suzanne Cory said research required imagination.
"The ability to visualise intricate biological systems can give scientists important insights into how diseases develop, spread, and respond to treatment," Cory said.
"The Institute's advanced imaging technologies and computational analysis allow researchers to 'see' at the molecular level, where the structures of cells and organs can be carefully examined in unprecedented detail."