Researchers from our institute capture hundreds of images every year as they explore problems and processes on a nanoscale. These amazing images are rarely shared outside of the research context.
Our Scientific Image Competition is a chance to celebrate the unique images produced, as well as the diverse research behind them.
For the first time in the competition’s history, a People’s Choice Competition/Award was announced. With over 200 voters participating, it was Aghil Igder’s, image Nano Beehives, a membrane fabricated in the Vortex Fluidic Device electron microscope, that was the stand out winner.
Aghil, a PhD candidate supervised by Professor Colin Raston, will enjoy lunch at Flinders multi award-winning café, Alere.
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