Research as Art
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19 September 2016 - 27 January 2017
Included in Science Centre admission
Winning pictures from the 2016 Research as Art competition – a unique competition which provides a platform for researchers at Swansea University to convey the importance, emotion, beauty and humanity of their research.
Researchers showcase their research to the world, by providing a brief, captivating description and image. The competition is open to all researchers from undergraduate to Professor, studying, working or supporting research in any field or discipline. This includes Arts and Humanities, Social Sciences, Engineering and Sciences – everything!
The exposure for winners can be huge, previously achieving a reach of over 50 million people worldwide through press coverage of the project. The exhibition has also appeared previously at the Royal Institution and the British Science Festival
The overall winner is Heather Hunter-Crawley (see image above), called Mirror of Heaven: Byzantine Silverware in Use which illustrates the meaning and importance of ritual and how it engages human nature across cultures.
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