Images Of Research 2017

<p><u><b>Images Of Research 2017 Winners:</b></u></p> <p>Andrew Blain - “Mauna Kea Panorama” - Winner of the Best Image from the College of Science and Engineering </p> <p>Christopher Nedza - “A Slice of Fish” - People’s Choice Award</p> <p>Oliver Williams – “The Price of Inequality: Health is a Social Issue” - Winner of the Best Image from the College of Life Sciences</p> <p>Dr Clare Gunby and Dr Rebecca Barnes - “Coercive control” - Winner of the Best Image from the College of Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities and Winner of the Best Staff Image</p> <p>Tim Hannigan - “Dervla: dog, book, beer” - Winner of the Best PGR Image</p> <p><br></p> <p><u><b>Images Of Research 2017 successful submissions:</b></u></p> <p>Amanda Gillam - “1700s Europe - An early example of Angel/ Russian map-work collaboration”</p> <p>Andy Beardmore - “Lord of the Rings - Return of the King”</p> <p>Angela Stienne - “Not a mummy: behind the scene at the British Museum”</p> <p>Azzah Alharbi - “In vitro modelling of inflammatory platelet leukocyte aggregates in sepsis”</p> <p>Chanhyo Jeong - “Pictures of incongruity in organisational space”</p> <p>Charlotte Van Pegenmortel - “A Fort with a View: Panakton overlooking the Oinoe Plain”</p> <p>Charly Feldman - “Fun at PANTER, MPE, Germany”</p> <p>Christian Faber - “How to feed a supermassive black hole”</p> <p>Clare Anderson - “Convict Graveyard, Abashiri, Japan”</p> <p>Daryl Blanks - “What Lies Beneath”</p> <p>Diane Urquhart - “The Prison Puzzle: In search of the missing pieces”</p> <p>Emily Williams - “Stories in Stone (and Bone)”</p> <p>Emma Parker – “Joe Orton: 50 Years On”</p> <p>Eva Krockow – “Pick ‘n’ Mix Antibiotics”</p> <p>Georgios Patsiaouras – “Protest Art for Social Change”</p> <p>Gina Fox – “The ‘Dissertation Journey: Thinking Out Loud' project”</p> <p>Ian Powley – “Immune Landing”</p> <p>Javier Williams – “Early medieval germanic jewellery: ornament or symbol?”</p> <p>Jun Li – “The city with a public garden”</p> <p>Lanzhou Luo – “Reconstructing The Nation”</p> <p>Laura O’Regan – “Super-resolution imaging: breaking the diffraction barrier to understand how cells work”</p> <p>Layal Jambi – “Giant steps into medical imaging”</p> <p>Magdalena Brzeska - “Homelessness amongst polish migrants in leicester and derby”</p> <p>Mark Williams – “The fossil worm that turned”</p> <p>Martina Santilan – “Going shopping or making art?”</p> <p>Maxwell Rayner - “Recovering signs of Spring”</p> <p>Michael Wilde – “Breathprint”</p> <p>Miranda Chavis – “Reflections of Community”</p> <p>Neda Nexam Abadi – “A keen observer”</p> <p>Robert Ott – “The Hammer”</p> <p>Rosalinde Nicholls – “Rock ‘n’ roll in rivers”</p> <p>Sarah Andrews - “The structure of life”</p> <p>Sarah Cook – “Makan nanas?“</p> <p>Sean Blackwell – “Power, Display, and Identity”</p> <p>Shawn Bhimani - “Human Trafficking”</p> <p>Simon James - “Eagle’s eye view of ancient Dura-Europos, Syria, c.AD220, from the North”</p> <p>Stephanie Bowry - “The Secret Garden”</p> <p>Tom Matherson – “The gene genie“</p> <p>Wendy Fitzgibbon – “Calm & Chaos”</p> <p>Zakia Shriaz – “Night vision of marijuana cultivations in Toribío, Colombia”</p>