This year, the Vizzies challenge enters its 16th cycle, and we are continuing the long history and tradition of scientific visualizations by asking you and everyone to submit your best science or engineering visualization. Formerly known as “The International Science and Engineering Visualization Challenge,” the competition is currently cosponsored by NSF and Popular Science.
In addition to being featured on the NSF site and on PopSci.com, Vizzies Challenge winners will be awarded cash prizes.
Up to five Experts’ Choice winners may be chosen from any category/media type and each winner will receive $2000, and up to three Peoples’ Choice winners may be chosen and each winner will receive $500.
Here is a link to their website for submissions:
Submit your images now and they could reach a global audience.
The deadline for submissions is 9 September 2015. The winning images
will go on display in science centres and public galleries around the world.
Also introducing the new Julie Dorrington Award for outstanding clinical
photography named in honour of one of the founding members of our
In order for your images to be considered for the Awards, they first need
to be accepted into our collections. We are looking to acquire high quality
imagery that relates to biomedical science and contemporary healthcare,
and are interested in all artistic media and imaging techniques, from
hand-drawn illustrations to super-resolution microscopy and functional
Find out more on the Wellcome Image Awards website.
Fascinating pictures: EVI’s Picture Competition 2015
Heidelberg Engineering supports the 7th Picture Competition in Vision Research & Ophthalmology
organized by the European Vision Institute (EVI).
Participants are encouraged to send their best and most creative pictures reflecting their
fascination for clinical and basic research in ophthalmology. The competition ends August 14, 2015
and entries should be submitted online.