Images of Research 2023: voting now open!

The Graduate School’s 2023 Images of Research (IoR) is now open for public voting. This year we have a collection of 20 fabulous research images from across the university. IoR showcases research in a unique way – researchers produce an original image, which can be a photograph or artwork, and write a short, engaging summary describing how the image links to their research. This results in an exciting exhibition, showcasing UONs research diversity.

To vote for your two favourites, just view the Images of Research Brochure, below, choose your favourite two and enter them in the Poll below. Please vote for your favourite two in no particular order, taking into account BOTH the image and the abstract. As a guide, a winning image would be one that:

* Is visually appealing AND

* Has an accompanying abstract which is well written, clearly connects with the image and ensures viewers, who know nothing about the research topic, will understand and find interest in the research presented.

The People’s Choice closes on Sunday June 25th at midnight. Please note that there is only one entry allowed per person.

We are also holding a second competition around Images of Research. Each year we invite a guest judge to choose their favourite and, this year, we are delighted to announce that Steve Godfrey from Photography is going to choose his winning image. The winner of both competitions will be announced at the UON Research Conference at Waterside on Wednesday 28th June.

Please find the IoR Brochure of entries below with the poll for votes underneath it:

About Simone Apel

Researcher Development Manager for The Graduate School, University of Northampton.

Posted on May 23, 2023, in Competitions and awards, Graduate School and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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