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Images of Research offers students, researchers and academics across Strathclyde the opportunity to showcase their research to the public and industry. Successful entries will feature as part of an exciting and interactive year-long exhibition beginning with Engage with Strathclyde week (30th April to 4th May 2018) and then on to a number of art galleries, museums and public spaces. 

With seven categories again this year, there are more opportunities for your research to be recognised (and more chances of winning a prize!). All you have to do is compose an image which sums up the impact of your research, submitting it under one of the University’s strategic theme categories:

  • Health & Wellbeing
  • Energy
  • Advanced Manufacturing and Materials
  • Ocean, Air & Space
  • Society and Policy
  • Innovation and Entrepreneurship
  • Measurement Science and Enabling Technologies

Who can enter?
Entries are invited from students, researchers and academics across the University conducting research in any faculty or department. 

 

Click on the button to read hints and tips to help you prepare a great image and the terms and conditions of submitting an entry.

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Click here to register to enter. The form will help you pull together important information for your entry; progress can be saved and modified until you agree to final submission.  

competition now open

 

Why take part?

This is your opportunity to showcase the importance of your work to the public and industry. Images of Research is also an ideal first step, or can enhance a portfolio of activity, in public engagement.  

Images can often be a more engaging and effective way of conveying information than words so taking part in the competition will allow you to publicise your research to a wide audience using the power of image to highlight exactly how your research has impact in contemporary global society and industry. 

Why not watch some of the short videos from previous entrants to find out why they entered?

 

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