"Collection of images, videos, and animations that can be used to enhance lecture or lab presentations...The American Society for Microbiology grants the public nonexclusive rights to copy, distribute, adapt or display under a Creative Commons Attribution – Noncommercial – NoDerivatives 4.0 International license."
"an open-source international exhibition program that showcases the incredible variety of light-based science being researched today..." Images and captions may be used freely for educational purposes.
Collaborative effort among the world's leading medical libraries to digitize historical medical literature now in the public domain. Includes films as well as books, pamphlets, and more. freely available resource.
From the National Institutes of Health: "We cannot grant permissions to use images. Copyright remains with the authors or the journal. A link to the copyright license type may be found below the individual Open-i image on the detailed view page. If copyright restrictions for an image are not specified or are unclear, please contact the journal that published the image."
One of the unique collections at the museum is that of the skeletons, slides, pictures, books, and research papers associated with the Galápagos Islands. Images, text, or other content downloaded from the collection may be freely used for non-profit educational and research purposes.
"Digitized from the classic works of the German veterinary anatomists, Wilhelm Ellenberger and Hermann Baum, and medical illustrator, Hermann Dittrich." Published in 1898 and 1911 through 1925, all entitled Handbuch der Anatomie der Tiere für Künstler. Public domain images from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.