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Winners of photography competition announced July 2015

Ke Xu Zhou, Felix Donat and Jacob Brubert

We are pleased to announce the winners of the current photography competition.

The winning image is Magnetic spores aligning with the field lines of permanent magnets by Ke Xu Zhou. He will receive an Amazon voucher for £150.
 
The second prize went to Carbon Nanotube Web from a floating catalyst chemical vapor deposition reactor with embedded catalyst nanoparticles (II) by Felix Donat, who will receive an Amazon voucher for £100
 
and the third prize went to Heart valve of a pig by Jacob Brubert. He will receive an Amazon voucher for £50.

All three winners are shown above with their entries and all the entries are shown on the Photography Competition 2015 page.

Click on the images below to see a larger version and description.

First prize: Magnetic spores aligning with the field lines of permanent magnets by Ke Xu Zhou

Second prize: Carbon Nanotube Web from a floating catalyst chemical vapor deposition reactor with embedded catalyst nanoparticles (II) by Felix Donat

Third prize: Heart valve of a pig by Jacob Brubert

Thank you to everyone who entered.  There were some great pictures.  Many of the images will feature on the Department's website and in the newsletter and they may receive national and international press coverage.   Some of them will also be printed on canvas and displayed in the Department.

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