and the winners are…

Thank you to all who submitted pictures!

The winners of our photo competition are… In the “buildings” category, Louisa Dever for her picture of greenhouse agaves at sunset

In the “instruments” category, Rob Beynon for his picture of an insect which ended up in the wrong place at the wrong time

In the “people” category, Lukasz Lukomski for his picture of Steve Paterson in action in the field

 

 

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IIB photo competition: “buildings” live blog

The photos submitted in the “buildings” category of our competition will be aggregated here.

IIB photo competition: “instruments” live blog

The photos submitted in the “instruments” category of our competition will be aggregated here.

IIB photo competition: “people” live blog

The photos submitted in the “people” category of our competition will be aggregated here.

IIB photo competition open

UPDATE: Good news: the deadline has been extended by one week!

The IIB Public Engagement and Communication Committee (PECC) invites IIB staff (support and academic staff, post-doctoral researchers & fellows) and post-graduate students to participate to a photo competition.

There are three categories: people, instruments, buildings. The winners in each category will receive a £50.00 Waterstones voucher. The jury will be composed of the PECC members (and therefore they are not allowed to participate).

Entries should be submitted exclusively via Twitter using the hashtags #IIBphoto1 (people), #IIBphoto2 (instruments) and #IIBphoto3 (buildings). You can find the submission

All submitted pictures will be aggregated and posted at Blog and Log.

The competition is open now and will close on the 15th 22nd of June. The prizes will be announced and given on the 19th 26th of June at 11 am in the common room during the Institute Coffee Morning.

Important notes:

  1. Include proper attribution, i.e. the photographer’s name, in the Tweet. (“#IIBphoto1 by Josephine Pic”)
  2. By submitting an entry via Twitter, you accept that your picture might be re-used by others; including others in IIB for talks or other IIB communication purposes.
  3. If your photo shows other individuals, you must confirm with them that they agree to the posting of the picture.

Multiple entries are welcome: 1, 2, 3 go. Start posting now. We are looking forward to see your entries!

Raphaël, on behalf of PECC

@livuniIIBpec

PECC members:  Louise‎ Crompton, Fatima Silva Franco, Juhi Gupta, Kate Hammond, Greg‎ Hurst, Kate‎ Jones, Rebecca Jones, Raphaël Lévy (Chair), Joao Pedro De Magalhaes, Thomas‎ Price, Natasha Savage