Best overall entry
In this category, we were looking for entries where the description and image interact in such a way as to enhance both and that clearly communicate the relevance of the research to the public.
Winner: Tiago Fortunato, Dr Paul De Bank and Dr Giordano Pula (Department of Pharmacy & Pharmacology) for Touch base
Highly Commended: Caroline Hickman (Department of Social & Policy Sciences) for Dogs don’t lie about love
In this category, we were looking for entries where the images really drew us in, that enticed us to want to know more, and that were of high quality.
Winner: Jamie Francis-Jones and Thomas Wright (Department of Physics) for DNA of an optical fibre
Highly Commended: Ammar Azzouz (Department of Architecture & Civil Engineering) for Hand versus Machine?
In this category, we were looking for entries that contained clear, non-technical, plain English that really gripped the reader as to the relevance of the research.
Winner: Dr Emma Williams (School of Management) for Focusing on our defences
Highly commended: Dr Cassandra Phoenix (Department for Health) for It makes me feel so alive
Winner: Caroline Hickman (Department of Social & Policy Sciences) for Dogs don't lie about love
Runner up: Dr Giovanna Mencarelli (Department of Pharmacy & Pharmacology) for A tailored shoe
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