Winners "Your research in one image or 1000 words" - 1st Edition

Here you can see all the winners of our SciComm contest "Your research in one image or 1000 words" - 1st Edition 2021

A tale of stellar dances: the formation of Barium stars

Ana Escorza Santos · 29-06-2021 10:00 · Winners "Your research in one image or 1000 words" - 1st Edition

Winning text of the first prize from the jury and first prize from the public

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A TRiP to the dorsal root ganglia

Ana Cristina Nogueira Freitas · 29-06-2021 10:00 · Winners "Your research in one image or 1000 words" - 1st Edition

Winning image of the jury's first prize and the public's second prize

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Applications of Human Motion Modelling and Recognition using Wearable Sensors

Manuel Gil Martín · 29-06-2021 10:00 · Winners "Your research in one image or 1000 words" - 1st Edition

Winning image of the jury's second prize and the public's first prize

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Biofilms lighting storm - the bright battle against superbugs

Patricia Bondía Raga · 29-06-2021 10:00 · Winners "Your research in one image or 1000 words" - 1st Edition
Jury's honorable mention and the public's third prize
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Angie, Glob and the Force

Jorge Barrasa Fano · 29-06-2021 10:00 · Winners "Your research in one image or 1000 words" - 1st Edition

Second prize from the jury and second prize from the public

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Computing fertilizer

Daniel Pérez Lozano · 29-06-2021 10:00 · Winners "Your research in one image or 1000 words" - 1st Edition

Honorable Mention from the jury and third prize from the audience.

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