Discovering the Beauty of Science: Call for Entries

17 April 2015 - 9:51am by Rolando Garcia-Milian

Scientists may not consider themselves artists, however, there are times when science and research experiments lead to incredibly beautiful visual results. We invite Yale biomedical researchers (undergrads, graduate students, postdocs, faculty, associate researchers, etc.) at Yale to “Discover the Beauty of Science” by submitting up to two images per individual. Share with us the visual results of your work where science crosses over to art.  Your images will be reviewed by an interdisciplinary panel of artists, scientists and members of medical community and selected for an YSM exhibition.

Contest Deadline
Friday, July 31 (deadline extended!), 2015 – 11:59 pm
Winners will be notified
Monday- August 31st, 2015

Awards will be given to 3 - 1st Honors and 1 - Viewer’s choice and consist of 1 TB USB 3.0 M3 Portable External Hard Drive
The images will also be posted online and a print exhibition will be on display in the foyer outside the Medical School Library Fall 2015

Yale affiliates including, students, postdocs, faculty, assistants, physicians, etc. working in scientific and biomedical research.

Rules of Submission
1.    Individuals may submit up to 2 images.
2.    There is no contest fee.
3.    The submitter must have been involved in the generation of the images and must obtain permission for its use in this contest from any colleagues who also participated. Acknowledgement of collaborators can be credited in the written description.
4.    Images must be submitted electronically USING THIS FORM 
5.    In awarding of prizes, images will be judged on esthetics, originality, and composition.

If you have questions or need help, contact Rolando Garcia Milian or Terry Dagradi

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