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Winners of the photo contest 2017!

Here are the winners of the 2017 CeMEB Photo Contest!! 

Categories:

  1. Nature/Marine Ecosystems
  2. Beyond the naked eye
  3. Scientists/Future Scientists at work

Winning pictures will be displayed in Nordstan, Gothenburg, for Västerhavsveckan 5-13 August 2017!


Categories and description:

Nature/marine ecosystems

≈ Any picture showcasing the marine world


1st place: Untitled, Åsa Wiklund


2nd place: Janika Vaher, Untitled

 


3rd place: Mats Larsson, Facelina bostoniensis.
Efter måltiden ser det ut som den bytt plats med hydroiden

 



 2. Beyond the naked eye

Photos of any aspect of marine ecosystems not visible to the naked eye


1st place: Mikaela Nordborg, As life begins
A staghorn coral embryo (Acropora tenuis) continues it's development towards a fully fledged planula larva. The 32-cell stage is reached only 6 hours after fertilisation and the larva will be ready to start swimming within ~48 h.

 


2nd place: Erik Selander, Larvae of the Norway Lobster, Nephrops norvegicus.
This delicacy has pelagic larval stages, heavily defended against predators by long sharp spines.


3rd place: Jérôme Delroisse, Larval Duo
Pluteus larvae of the brittle star Amphiura filiformis observed using a stereomicroscope.

 



3. Scientists/future scientists at work

This photo shows people discovering/learning about the sea


1st place: Gunnar Cervin, Mermaid 

 


2nd place: Anna-Karin Ring, Nyfiken

 


Shared 3rd place: Andreas Åkerström, Knowledge in progress

Shared 3rd place: Tjärnö Skola F-2, The Art of Purification
The children explore how mussels purifiy water by ”thinking” like scientists.

About the contest...

The CeMEB Photo Contest is initiated by Emma Berdan, postdoc in CeMEB and organized together with Pierre De Wit.

The competition is open for both researchers and the public, and one of the aims with the contest is to create meeting places between academia and the public. Therefore, there will be open galleries both at the Aquarium at the Lovén centre Tjärnö and in the shopping mall Nordstan, Gothenburg, during Västerhavsveckan 2017.


 In 2017 we have the following categories: 

  • Scientists/Future Scientists at work
  • Nature/Marine Ecosystems
  • Beyond the naked eye

This is the second year we have the competition. See the winners from 2016 here.


The prizes 2017 are kindly granted by the Centre for Marine Evolutionary Biology and the Department of Marine Sciences

Flyer in Swedish...

Questions?


Contact persons:
Emma Berdan, emma.berdan@marine.gu.se
Pierre De Wit, pierre.de_wit@marine.gu.se

Page Manager: Eva Marie Rödström|Last update: 6/18/2017
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