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Focus on Biology - 2018 Integrative Biology Image Contest

The Department of Integrative Biology held its third annual science image contest, open to all members of the department. The categories included:

  • Science Subjects - images (photographs or illustrations) of natural history, field sites, behavior, miscroscopy
  • People of Science - images of researchers at work
  • Science Figures - figures, model outputs, graphs, and other graphics
    summarizing research results

The winners are below.

SCIENCE SUBJECTS

 Frog leggedBeetle web
 First place: "Frog-legged beetle" by Jen Schlauch
Great egret web 
 Second place: "Great Egret" by Mark Kirkpatrick
 PaperWasp web
 Third place: "Paper Wasp on Nest" by Alejandro Santillana
trematode web   HairyPanterAnt web
Honorable mention: "Microscopic trematode" by Emily Resetarits    Honorable mention: "Hairy panther ant" by Alejandro Santillana

PEOPLE OF SCIENCE

PreppingMeds web 
 First place: "Prepping Meds in Africa" by Spencer Fox
 LadyInKayak web
 Second place: "Lady in Blue Kayak" by Mark Kirkpatrick
 CoiledMilkSnake web
 Third place: "Guy with Coiled Milksnake" by Jen Schlauch
 FishBiologists web WomanAtScope web 
Honorable mention: "Fish Biologists/Seine Net" by Melissa Casarez  Honorable mention: "Woman at Scope" Alejandro Santillana

 

SCIENCE FIGURES

 FluEpidemic web
First place: "Flu epidemic" by Spencer Fox
 PecanForest web
 Second place: "Pecan Forest" by Larry Gilbert
 Chameleons web
 Third place: "Chameleons" by Emily Resetarits
 Eiginvector web  Frogs web
Honorable mention: "Eiginvector map" by Decio Correa  Honorable mention: "Frogs" by Anne Chambers

 

To view all contest entries and see photos at higher resolution, please visit this link.

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