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Photo Competition Returns

last modified Jan 29, 2014 02:33 PM
Photo Competition Returns

E-Wall by Baptiste Salley – 2012 winning entry

Imagine an image........

We challenge you to describe the innovation and excellence of the research in CEB in pictures, an image  that portrays the dynamic and innovative research in CEB that will excite the reader to discover more about us.

We are searching for an image and caption that relate to research in the Department with the following strategic themes: Energy, the Environment, Sustainability and Healthcare.

or within our research fields: Biotechnology, Measurement, Microstructure Engineering, Modelling and Processes.

We are especially interested in images that show how we bridge the gap between groups in CEB to realise these themes. It might be a photograph, or an SEM image, or a graphic that you have produced. The image may be drawn, downloaded from a camera, created from several sub-images or it may be enhanced.

The competition is open to all staff and students in the Department to create a picture that tells 1000 words about our world-leading research. The image must be submitted by email to  by Thursday 31 January 2013.

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 and may receive national and international press coverage. It will also be printed on canvas and displayed in the Department.

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