Images of Research applications

Could you capture your entire research project in a single image? That is the challenge that the University Graduate School sets our postgraduate researchers at the annual Images of Research exhibition.

How to apply

Entries to Images of Research 2014 are now closed

Prizes

There are two categories for which prizes will be awarded:

  • One overall winner, as decided by the judging panel. This decision will be based on creativity of the image, ability of the image to communicate the research and quality of the abstract. The prize is a £75 Amazon voucher.
  • One people's choice award, as voted for by audience viewing the exhibition over the course of the Arts & Science Festival week. The prize is a £50 Amazon voucher.
Votes will be collected and the winner announced at the Images of Research event on the 20 March 2014 12.00 - 15.00. Prizes and certificates will be awarded as part of the University Graduate School Awards on the 25 June 2014

Exhibition

Images that are accepted into the exhibition are printed on A2 Foamex boards and are exhibited in the Avon Room, University Centre from the 17 - 21 March 2014. They are also used for other public engagement displays with which the University Graduate School is involved.

Previous competitions

Entries to previous the Images of Research in previous years can be found on the University Graduate School Flickr account:

Giovanni Occhiali's image from the 2013 Images of Research Exhibition Images of Research 2013 - Grace GarnerFran Handrick's image from the 2013 Images of ResearchKiseong Jeong's image form the 2013 Images of research

Emma Login's image from the 2012 Images of Research

Camile Duval's entry in the 2013 Images of Research

Naomi Green's image for the 2013 Images of Research

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