The Royal Society of Biology's photography competition

22 June 2016

SIG: Nature

Biology: from Big to Small is the theme of this years' Royal Society of Biology amateur photography competition. Supported by Eppendorf, the competition invites photographers to explore interactions between the macro and the micro in biology – from tiny fish creating huge shoals, to algal blooms suffocating a river ecosystem, or microorganisms eating plastic waste in our oceans.

There are two categories each with a cash prize: 18+ (£1000) and under 18s (£500).

Get snapping and submit up to three images by 31st August 2016. Find out more online or contact the RSB at 


Please note that the Nature Group is not endorsing or promoting the competition, but just informing NG members about it.