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2013 Research Showcase Winners

Fifty researchers were selected to present posters they designed to represent their work. They spent the day talking about their posters and explaining their research to the judges, their peers and even members of the public. Non-academic judges from the University and guests from external organisations chose the winners. 

 

2013 Research Showcase Winners

 
 

1st Prize & Media Prize (best press release)

Ben Haines (Computer Sciences)

 

 “I spy with my computers eye” 

 

1st Prize & Media Prize (best press release) - Ben Haines

Download a pdf copy of the winning press releasePDF [51kb]

 

I Spy With My Computers Eye (Haines)


Download a pdf copy of this poster PDF[451 kb]  

 
 

 

 

2nd prize

William McAlister (Chemical & Environmental Engineering)

 

“A bone to pick with tissue engineering”

 

 

2nd Prize - William McAlister

 

A Bone to Pick with Tissue Engineering (McAlister)


Download a pdf copy of this poster PDF[366 kb] 

 
 

 

 

3rd prize

Ghedair Alshammari (Biosciences)

 

“Obesity: The role of your sex hormones” 

3rd Prize - Ghedair Alshammari


 

 

Obesity: what is PCOS? (Alshammari)


Download a pdf copy of this poster PDF[520kb] 

 
 

 

 

4th prize & Best Poster via video-conference from Malaysia

Jim Chai (UNMC school of Pharmacy)

 

“Injecting insulin - how tough can it be?”

4th Prize & Best Poster via Video Conference - Jim Chai

Jim's poster was judged via video-conference on 20 May and he flew in from UNMC to present his poster at the event.

 

Injecting insulin: How Tough can it be? (Chai)


Download a pdf copy of this poster PDF[469kb]  

 
 

 

 

Peer Recommendation Prize

Youla Jenidi (Chemical & Environmental Engineering)

 

“Enzyme based treatment technology: No more drugs in your tapwater!” 

Peer Recommendation Prize - Youla Jenidi

 

Enzyme-Based Treatment Technology (Jenidi)


Download a pdf copy of this poster PDF[752kb] 

 
 

 

 

Judges’ Choice Award

Marie Paxton (Politics & International Relations)

 

“Could an alternative form of democracy reduce multicultural conflict?” 

Judges' Choice - Marie Paxton

Marie's poster was also mentioned as close contender for the Award for Artistic Flair.

 

Could an alternative form of democracy reduce multicultural conflict? (Paxton)

Download a pdf copy of this poster PDF[406kb] 

 
 

 

 

Visitors’ Choice Award & the Award for Artistic Flair

Emily Kostas (Biosciences)

Green fuel: environmentally friendly & from seaweed”


 

Visitors Choice & Award for Artistic Flair - Emily Kostas

 

 

Green fuel: Environmentally Friendly & from Seaweed (Kostas)


Download a pdf copy of this poster PDF[575kb] 

 
 

 

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