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The following entries have been received for the photography competition. They are presented in the order they were submitted.

Click on the image to see a larger version and description.

Wall-e by  Baptiste Salley

The molecular pathology of Alzheimer’s disease by Eric Rees

Exploiting the gap by Claudia Loechel and Jamie Walters


Monitoring endoplasmic reticulum quality control by Rashmi Tripathi


Fluid dynamic gauging measurements within milk! by Patrick Gordon

Green Chemistry 

Green Chemistry by Eric Rees


Desiccated bacterial colonies on agar plate by Matt Watson


The first prize will be a £100 Amazon voucher and the second prize will be a £25 Amazon voucher. The winning image will feature on the Department's website, newsletter, around the department, and may receive national and international press coverage.

More information on the competition.

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