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

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SEM image of Zinc imidazolate framework 8(ZIF-8) particles

1. SEM image of Zinc imidazolate framework 8(ZIF-8) particles by Tian Tian

SEM image of MIL-53 particles

2. SEM image of MIL-53 particles by Tian Tian

SEM micrograph of a co-spray dried, controlled release anti-asthma drug

3. SEM micrograph of a co-spray dried, controlled release anti-asthma drug by Leonard Chia

Merry Christmas! -  A crystallising droplet 

4. Merry Christmas! -  A crystallising droplet by Amanda Talhat

The nitty-gritty

5. The nitty-gritty by James Erickson

An Ink-jet printed superhydrophobic nanoparticle Christmas tree decorated with quantum dot based sensors

6. An Ink-jet printed superhydrophobic nanoparticle Christmas tree decorated with quantum dot based sensors by Dominique Danger Piché, Benoit Chandesris, Dr. Jamie D. Walters

Trevor

7. Trevor learns the bear necessities of heat transfer, Anonymous

Multiple nuclei formation in Human Kidney cells when treated by Nocodazole to inhibit microtubule formation.

8. Multiple nuclei formation in Human Kidney cells when treated by Nocodazole to inhibit microtubule formation by Meng Lu

Multiple nuclei formation in Human Kidney cells when treated by Nocodazole to inhibit microtubule formation by Meng Lu

9. Multiple nuclei formation in Human Kidney cells when treated by Nocodazole to inhibit microtubule formation by Meng Lu

Flow patterns and draining films created by a coherent water jet by Tao Wang 

10. Flow patterns and draining films created by a coherent water jet by Tao Wang

Flow patterns and draining films created by a coherent water jet by Tao Wang

11. Flow patterns and draining films created by a coherent water jet by Tao Wang

 
   

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