The Cell Image Library is an open access repository of images, videos, and animations of cells. Led by Caroline Kane and the American Society for Cell Biology, the project serves as a resource for healthcare researchers and providers. Visitors can browse the library across four main categories: Cell Process (which includes images of cell division, protein synthesis, and the development of multicellular organisms); Cell Component (featuring photographs and diagrams of specific parts of plants and animal cells); Cell Type (an extensive, alphebetized collection of over 100 specific cell types); and Organism (over 200 photographs of the cells of specific organisms, from Acacia dealbata to Zea mays. As of this write-up, the Cell Image Library also includes two Data Sets. Visitors can learn more about the many contributors to this project via the Contributors link.