Launched in 2000, the Visions of Science Photographic Awards aim at furthering insight and interest in science and nature. As well as the categories of Action, Close-up, People, Concepts and Art, this year’s awards have three additions: Scientists at Work sponsored by NESTA, Medicine and Life funded by the British Medical Journal and a Young Photographer section backed by NESTA Learning Programme and Kodak. NASA’s ‘Airflow over aircraft’ (pictured), which colourfully replicates the vortex of air formed by moving aircraft, is stimulation material for prospective entrants. For information see www.visions-of-science.co.uk.
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