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<span class=heading><b>Talk of the Steamie</b> by Rachel Clark</span><br /><p class=int>Images of Research event "Talk of the Steamie" at the People’s Palace. What a great space to use!</p><span class=small>Image: © 2017 Rachel Clark</span>
<span class=heading><b>Images of Research</b> by Rachel Clark</span><br /><p class=int>Megan McGurk giving her introduction to the Images of Research competition and the two speakers of the day; Kirsty Ross and Sibani Mohanty.</p><span class=small>Image: © 2017 Rachel</span>
<span class=heading><b>Images of Research</b> by Rachel Clark</span><br /><p class=int>The Images of Research Competition of 2015 is in alignment with the city-wide theme "Glasgow’s Green Year". Our <span>exhibition demonstrates how we contribute to environmental, social and economic sustainability, improve public and urban health and continue to be inspired by the ingenuity and entrepreneurship for which the city of Glasgow is world renowned.</span></p><span class=small>Image: © 2017 Rachel Clark</span>
<span class=heading><b>Images of Research</b> by Rachel Clark</span><br /><p class=int>Researcher Sibani Mohanty begins her discussion <span>on understanding the brain activity of people who live with mental health problems, like schizophrenia. </span></p>
<p class=int><span><span>Sibani believes that her research will help enable an early diagnosis of the disease and therefore allow for early treatment. </span></span></p><span class=small>Image: © 2017 Rachel Clark</span>

<span class=heading><b>Images of Research</b> by Rachel Clark</span><br /><p class=int>Some of the work by Images and the researchers is done along side the great work of some excellent charities. The Scottish Association for Mental Health (SAMH) is one charity that is dedicated into understanding mental health and well-being for all.</p><span class=small>Image: © 2017 Rachel Clark</span>
<span class=heading><b>Images of Research</b> by Rachel Clark</span><br /><p class=int>Kirsty Ross begins her presentation on the research she is doing into Arthritis. Kirsty <span>is dedicated to making sure future generations are protected from the disease. She does this by understanding how it begins and the cells that might be involved with arthritis.</span></p><span class=small>Image: © 2017 Rachel Clark</span>
<span class=heading><b>Images of Research</b> by Rachel Clark</span><br /><p class=int>Our audience enjoying a short video about the Images of Research Competition.</p><span class=small>Image: © 2017 Rachel Clark</span>