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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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Tom Turmezei

UFOs by  Tom Turmezei

Nanoflower for CO2 capture

Nanoflower for CO2 capture by Qilei Song and Wen Liu

Crystallising cocoa butter droplet

Crystallising cocoa butter droplet by Amanda Talhat

Holographic sensors for the diagnosis of infectious diseases in the developing world

Holographic sensors for the diagnosis of infectious diseases in the developing world by Ali Yetisen

Tau fibrils

Tau fibrils by Claire Michel

Tunnacliffe entry

GFP-tagged aggregates  in Human embryonic kidney cells that overexpress  polyQ proteins by Meng Lu

GFP-tagged aggregates  in Human embryonic kidney cells that overexpress  polyQ proteins.

GFP-tagged aggregates  in Human embryonic kidney cells that overexpress  polyQ proteins by Meng Lu

GFP-tagged aggregates  in Human embryonic kidney cells that overexpress  polyQ proteins.

GFP-tagged aggregates  in Human embryonic kidney cells that overexpress  polyQ proteins by Meng Lu

A microbe friendly colloidosome

A microbe friendly colloidosome by Polly Keen

Powder rocks

Powder of rocks by Jan-Georg Rosenboom

Granule world

World of Porosity by Jan-Georg Rosenboom

 Jim Ross

Blowing Bubbles by Jim Ross

Molecular Trajectory Imaging

Molecular Trajectory Imaging by Eric Rees

FeOOH NRs

SEM image of FeOOH nanorods by Lan Chen

droplet

Droplet by Amanda Talhat

 

The first prize will be a £125 Amazon voucher and the second prize will be a £50 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.

Last year's entries.

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