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'Picturing the Future' Opening Night

Images of Research 'Picturing the Future' exhibition opening night during Engage with Strathclyde 2015.

<span class=heading><b>Images of Research</b> by Guy Hinks</span><br /><p class=int>Judging has begun as our judges walk round the exhibition discussing each image.</p><span class=small>Image: © 2017 Guy Hinks 2015</span>
<span class=heading><b>Images of Research</b> by Guy Hinks</span><br /><p class=int>Judge Chris Thomson watches the ditigtal stories developed by entrants through augmented reality technology, Aurasma.</p><span class=small>Image: © 2017 Guy Hinks 2015</span>
<span class=heading><b>Images of Research</b> by Guy Hinks</span><br /><p class=int>Deliberation begins as judges decide on the category winners and the commended entries.</p><span class=small>Image: © 2017 Guy Hinks 2015</span>
<span class=heading><b>Images of Research</b> by Guy Hinks</span><br /><p class=int>Principal Professor Sir Jim McDonald opens the Images of Research 2015 exhibition at Engage with Strathclyde 2015.</p><span class=small>Image: © 2017 Guy Hinks 2015</span>

<span class=heading><b>Images of Research</b> by Guy Hinks</span><br /><p class=int>Professor Sir Jim McDonald announcing the first winner to Damien Frame in the Energy category.</p><span class=small>Image: © 2017 Guy Hinks 2015</span>
<span class=heading><b>Images of Research</b> by Guy Hinks</span><br /><p class=int>Professor Sir Jim McDonald standing with 3 winners of their categories, Mohammad Salamati, Kirsty Ross and Damien Frame.</p><span class=small>Image: © 2017 Guy Hinks 2015</span>
<span class=heading><b>Images of Research</b> by Guy Hinks</span><br /><p class=int>Winner of her category Public and Urban Health, Kirsty Ross discusses her image with Professor Sir Jim McDonald.</p><span class=small>Image: © 2017 Guy Hinks 2015</span>
<span class=heading><b>Images of Research</b> by Guy Hinks</span><br /><p class=int>Winner Damien Frame with his entry, ’A Light in the Dark’. </p><span class=small>Image: © 2017 Guy Hinks 2015</span>

<span class=heading><b>Images of Research</b> by Guy Hinks</span><br /><p class=int>The public enjoy the exhibition as they attend different events through the Engage with Strathclyde week, 2015.</p><span class=small>Image: © 2017 Guy Hinks 2015</span>
<span class=heading><b>Images of Research</b> by Guy Hinks</span><br /><p class=int>Winner of Innovation category, Mohammad Salamati, shows Professor Sir Jim McDonald the cranium implant used in his image.</p><span class=small>Image: © 2017 Guy Hinks 2015</span>
<span class=heading><b>Images of Research</b> by Guy Hinks</span><br /><p class=int>Judge Chris Thomson being thanked by the Principal for his direction into the use of digital storytelling throughtout the competition.</p><span class=small>Image: © 2017 Guy Hinks 2015</span>
<span class=heading><b>Images of Research</b> by Guy Hinks</span><br /><p class=int>Delegates using the augmented reality technology app, Aurasma, to watch the researcher’s stories come to life on their phones!</p><span class=small>Image: © 2017 Guy Hinks 2015</span>

<span class=heading><b>Images of Research</b> by Guy Hinks</span><br /><p class=int>Images of Research 2015 was hosted in the new Technology and Innovation Centre at the University of Strathclyde.</p><span class=small>Image: © 2017 Guy Hinks 2015</span>
<span class=heading><b>Images of Research</b> by Guy Hinks</span><br /><p class=int>This year’s competition also saw some great commended entries picked by the judges.</p><span class=small>Image: © 2017 Guy Hinks 2015</span>
<span class=heading><b>Images of Research</b> by Guy Hinks</span><br /><p class=int>Fantastic exhibition space for the images.</p><span class=small>Image: © 2017 Guy Hinks 2015</span>
<span class=heading><b>Images of Research</b> by Guy Hinks</span><br /><p class=int>The exhibition truly captured the essence of the ’Picturing the Future’ theme for 2015.</p><span class=small>Image: © 2017 Guy Hinks 2015</span>




The overall event sees Principal Professor Sir Jim McDonald announce the four category winners (5th May, 2015).