Science as you see it: voting

Voting is now live! You are able to vote for as many images as you like but only once per image. The images with the most votes in each category will win a place in the first ANU Science, Health and Medicine calendar. The image with the most overall votes will take out the prestigious cover image place. So get voting and share this link among your networks.

Research School of Physics & Engineering

Caption: The transient life of digital healthcare

Picture ID: 6029

Caption: Teaching signal analysis and control theory by building a laser microphone - Physics Teaching Laboratories

Picture ID: 11250

Caption: Physics shines light on nature's mysteries

Picture ID: 11264


Picture ID: 11285

Research School of Psychology

Caption: Dark to light

Picture ID: 6030

Caption: Falling

Picture ID: 6162

Caption: Research Lab Group with Dr Elizabeth Loftus: Creating Academic Networks

Picture ID: 11245

Caption: Psychology - Mind to Brain

Picture ID: 11252

Research School of Earth Sciences

Caption: ANU researchers survey the coral reefs of Christmas Island in the Indian Ocean following signs of bleaching recovery. Go to A Coral Affair to get involved

Picture ID: 6163

Caption: Columnar Basalt, Staffa, Scotland. This ancient lava has become a popular tourist destination for geologists.

Picture ID: 11179

Caption: Folds in Chert on the South Coast, as seen as a part of the first year Earth Science course.

Picture ID: 11189

Caption: Antarctic splendor

Picture ID: 11227

Mathematical Sciences Institute

Caption: Mathematics Competition

Picture ID: 6164

Caption: A maths equation to live by

Picture ID: 6165

Caption: Chalk Images - Hanna Neumann Building

Picture ID: 11247

Caption: Hanna Neumann building

Picture ID: 11253

Research School of Biology

Caption: Hiding in plain sight- you are what you eat

Picture ID: 11178

Caption: GFP-labelled bacteria in a plant cell using Fluorescence microscopy

Picture ID: 11182

Caption: When your leaf pranks at you.

Picture ID: 11244

Caption: The pink death rattle of a Eucalypt leaf at the end of a hard life

Picture ID: 11277

Fenner School of Environment & Society

Caption: To me science looks like amazing biodiversity, here's a shot of an Amazon Puffing Snake

Picture ID: 11180

Caption: Taking in the aromas

Picture ID: 11222

Caption: Lily pads of the Daintree (fan palms)

Picture ID: 11237

Caption: Friend or Foe

Picture ID: 11258

Research School of Astronomy & Astrophysics

Caption: Astro-selfie

Picture ID: 11191

Caption: Known as the "Cannonball Pulsar", a wind is blown off a neutron star as it hurls through space. The resulting tail points back to the star's birth place in the centre of a supernova remnant. I created this public image for NASA from radio telescope data.

Picture ID: 11193

Caption: A snap-shot of the world’s largest turbulence simulation completed to date, which my supervisor (Assoc. Professor Christoph Federrath), two collaborators and I are using to determine how much gas collapses to form stars.

Picture ID: 11208

Caption: Astronomical Observatory

Picture ID: 11234

Research School of Population Health

Caption: Field investigation and risk assessment of a cluster of suspected cholera cases among the Rohingya refugees in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, 2018.

Picture ID: 11194

Caption: "Our health in our hands". Aboriginal researchers work to collect Mayi Kuwayu surveys in their communities, Central Australia.

Picture ID: 11216

Caption: Have wheelbarrow, will survey.. Engawala community

Picture ID: 11220

Caption: Light and dark

Picture ID: 11221

John Curtin School of Medical Research

Caption: Can you count the number of bacterial spheres?

Picture ID: 11210

Caption: The glorious Canberra sunset hits the ANU John Curtin School glass barriers at the right angle

Picture ID: 11218

Caption: Fossilised shell

Picture ID: 11251

Caption: John Curtin School of Medical Research

Picture ID: 11255

Australian Centre for the Public Awareness of Science

Caption: Preparing for the science expo at Camden Public School; determining what went wrong using scientific processes to fix it.

Picture ID: 11215

Caption: I met this curious ‘teenage’ Gentoo penguin in Neko Harbour, Antarctica, during the second voyage of Homeward Bound, a leadership program for women in STEMM. Science communication was one part of their year long program, which culminated in a 3-week voyage

Picture ID: 11238

Caption: Now they see it: demonstrating agronomic practices through theatre to low literacy subsistence farmers in Timor-Leste

Picture ID: 11243

Caption: Science for Students with Disabilities in Zimbabwe

Picture ID: 11260

ANU Medical School

Caption: Story of life

Picture ID: 11232

Caption: Outreach Medicine in Fiji: all about the people, community and education

Picture ID: 11241

Caption: Stocking up before a Call: On My Ambulance Night Shift

Picture ID: 11266

Caption: Colour Atlas John Doe is an amalgamation of human body parts presented as an unidentifiable mass in a human-like form. He represents how through the passage of time an individual will eventually become lost or forgotten.

Picture ID: 11279

Research School of Chemistry

Caption: Room temperature transmission (left) and -196C fluorescence intensity image (right) of moss suspended in glycerol. Pictures taken using the RSC’s Magnetic Circular Dichroism spectrometer system.

Picture ID: 11240

Caption: Bubbles suspended in a polymer film

Picture ID: 11263

Caption: Evil genius at work

Picture ID: 11268

Caption: Each well telling its own cancer treatment story

Picture ID: 11276

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