Art of Science Competition

Creative science

The annual Art of Science Competition allows researchers to show their creative side and share their work with the public.

Art of Science 2015 has now come to the end of a week long exhibition in the Life Sciences atrium.

The exhibition has been enjoyed by many over the past week, including 150 school children! Thank you to everyone who came to experience and vote in the competition. Special thanks also must go to everyone who submitted the most varied works we have had so far!

So, if you were not able to come to the prize giving, you will be eager to hear the results...

drumroll please..

Judges' Winners

​1st Place: Acheron by Gerardo E. Villarreal-Garcia

​2nd Place: Atmospheric Scattering by Mia Mace

3rd Place: Weeping Willow by Jenna Cash

Peoples' Choice Winners

1st Place: Secret Signature by Asier Marzo

2nd Place: You're actin crazy! by Catherine Twomey

3rd Place: Montserrat Limestone by Maurice Tucker

Schools' Choice Winners

1st Place: Four Eyes of Tatooine by Stefan Lines

​2nd Place: Three Phases of Water by Katharine Cashman

3rd Place: Any second now... by Ed Zealley

BSCB Prize:  Zebrafish's rainbow by Ilona Aylott


Calendars for 2016 with all this years winners are now available for the bargain price of JUST £3! We have calendars in a traditional A4 Wall hanging format or a stylish small desktop 'tent' style, NEW  this year and a fantastic addition to any desk!

Calendars can be purchased online by following this link ( >before the 20th November. (This way we can ensure delivery of these perfect stocking fillers in time for Christmas!)

Previous winners

Over the past 12 years, we have seen the quantity and quality of entrants rise year on year, and this will be no exception. Need some inspiration? Examples of previous year's entrants can be found below.

Find out more about the competition