23 September 2015
Entries are now open for the International Images for Science competition 2016.
In 2015, the competition attracted almost 2300 entries from over 400 photographers of all ages, experience and knowledge. This year we want more! It doesn’t matter what your age, level of photographic experience or knowledge of science is – you could be at school studying science for the first time, you could be an renowned scientist working at a major research facility, you could be a photojournalist or an artist intrigued by the shapes and stories of science.
The competition is free to enter – for full details visit the competition web site here. You can also see the images selected for the 2015 exhibition, and vote for your favourite, by visiting our ‘Have Your Say’ pages here.
If you need to know more, or if you are interested in hosting the 2015 travelling exhibition, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Image © Ammonite by Norm Barker ASIS FRPS