Art in life sciences

The School of Life Sciences has announced the winners of its inaugural Artery 2020 competition

The School of Life Sciences has announced the winners of its inaugural Artery 2020 competition.

The competition was established to capture artistic science imagery that shows the perspective of our scientists and students, and promote the research and teaching activities of the School.

“Scientific images capture observational data, provide evidence for and help explain theories,” says Dean and Head of School, Professor Shaun Collin.

“This competition showcases the amazing art imagery that our researchers and students see during their scientific endeavours, and communicates the breadth of life sciences research to a broad audience.”

Artery 2020 accepted 58 entries in photography, painting and drawing, digital art, video outreach, and sculpture.

The prize-winning image entries are featured in the gallery below. Further details and entries, including the prize-winning videos, can be found on the School of Life Science’s Facebook page.