Show why your research matters - Images of Research
Our annual public engagement campaign challenges researchers to choose one image that communicates the impact of their research.
Images of Research is a public exhibition in Bath that shows how our research produces real benefits and makes a difference to society.
If you're a researcher at Bath, from postgraduate level up, this is your chance to tell people about your work through an eye-catching image and an associated, simple description.
The image can be in any form – photo, drawing, digitally created – but must be captured as an image file.
Your image and description should show why your research matters: the difference it makes to society, economy, other research or global challenges. Please read the competition guidelines before you enter.
The Images of Research competition runs in Semester 2 each year. You can submit entries for this year's competition from 10 am on Monday 29 January 2018 until 5pm on 19 March 2018.
Winning entries will be announced at the 'Engage: Public Engagement in Practice' event on campus on Wednesday 9 May 2018.
At this event, a judging panel led by Professor Jonathan Knight, Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Research), will announce the highly commended and winning entries in three categories. The categories are:
- Best Image
- Best Description
- Best Overall Entry
We will display the posters so the public can vote for their favourite. After we've announced the winners, we'll display the posters in The Edge for several weeks.