Featured image for the introductory post for A Year of Open Science. On the left is an open book lying down on its red hardback cover. The pages are “flipping” in midair. Above the book are geometric shapes with decorative icons representing science, including a wind turbine, a rocket ship, a Rod of Asclepius (the single-snake symbol for healing and medical arts), and a nucleus. Under the book is a short blue banner and white text that says “A Year of Open Science.” Behind these elements is a photo of the NLM building with a partially transparent navy blue overlay.