Images of Research Competition
Thank you to all our Early Career Researchers who took the time to enter our Images of Research Competition 2022. We had nearly 30 images submitted and the judges really enjoyed seeing the variety of research entered.
1st 'Reef Rehab' – Ines Lange, Faculty of Environment, Science and Economy, Streatham Campus
2nd 'Crabeater Seals from the Sky' – Luis Huckstadt, Faculty of Health and Life Sciences, Penryn Campus
3rd 'Pandemic Play' – Rachel Nesbit, Faculty of Health and Life Sciences, St Luke’s Campus
Congratulations to you all!
Entries were on display in the Forum, Streatham Campus, 10-19 October, at the Environment and Sustainability Insitute in Penryn during the Autumn term and in the Queen's building on Streatham Campus during the Spring term of 2023, as part of our Arts and Cultures programme.
The winning entries for the 2020 competition were as follows:
Sophia Edlund - Interspecies vocal attraction
Joint 2nd place
Diana Valencia Duarte - Food Sovereignty Learning Environment
Lydia Fisher - Visualising Faith in Medieval Stained Glass
View the 2020 competition entries brochure.
The winning entries for the 2019 competition were as follows:
|Collaboration||Kelly Thornber- Collaboration for sustainable aquaculture|
|Society and Culture (overall winner)||Paul Rose- Listening to the Zoo|
|Sustainable Futures||Anna Losiak- Impact!|
|Technology||Anurag Roy- Bioinspired Self-Cleaning Coating for Solar Cells|
Other entries that the judges considered to be ‘highly commended’ were:
Adam Porter – Fishing for Change
Harriet Hunt – PaReNt project team meeting 041218
The images were on display in the Forum during the opening days on Friday 31st May 2019 and Saturday 1st of June 2019, where it was estimated that c. 12,000 people visited, each day.
The winning entries for the 2018 competition were as follows:
|Collaboration||Noreen Orr- My nature- I'm glad I came outside|
|Society and Culture||Rebecca Abbott- Meet Synthia|
|Sustainable Future (overall winner)||Ines Lange- Survivor|
|Technology||Laura Kelley- In the eye of the beholder|
The winning entries for the 2017 competition were as follows:
|Collaboration||Charlie Jeyes- High Resolution Image of a Brain Capillary|
|Society and Culture||Tanimola Martins- Ethnic Inequality in Diagnosis of Symptomatic Prostate Cancer|
|Sustainable Futures (Overall Winner)||Matthias Becher- Tell Us Where You Are Going|
|Technologies||Jayden van Horik– Robo-bird|
|Natalie Ohana- Legal Alienation|
|Richard Tennant- A Blast from the Past|
A gallery of all 2017 entries can be viewed here.
Images of Research 2017 judging panel
Many thanks to our esteemed judging panel, that consisted of:
The winning entries were displayed to the public during 'universities week' on the Streatham Campus between 2-7th June 2016 and on the Penryn Campus between 13-17th June 2016.
|Society and Culture||Anastasia Sommerville-Wong- Tea Cermony|
|Sustainable Futures||Andrew Watts- Face2Face with Plastic|
|Technologies||Richard Tennant- A Millisecond of Analysis|
The winning entries were displayed to the public during 'universities week' on the Streatham Campus between 5-10th June 2015 and Penryn Campus between 15-19th June 2015.
|Collaboration||Leigh Shelford- Crystalline|
|Society and Culture||Sulayman Mourabit- Fish Selfie|
|Sustainable Futures||Andrew Watts- Plastic Waste|
|Technology||Jolyon Troscianko- Fiery-necked Nightjar Hiding in Leaf-littler|
The winning entries were dislayed to the public during 'universities week' on the Streatham Campus between 9-13th June 2014 and the Penryn Campus between the 16-20th June 2014.
|Collaboration||Rhys Goodhead- Fairy Light|
|Society and Culture||Bernard Allaire- Archival Wreck|
|Sustainable Futures||Matt Amesbury- Unlocking the secrets of Antaratic moss banks|
|Technology||Natalie Garrette- Bright Bettle|