To mark the launch of their new website, the Irish Research Council have this week unveiled ten striking images from their awardees’ research.
Researchers were invited to submit an image captured during the course of their research to be featured on the new homepage. A total of one hundred and twenty-four entries were received. The final ten images selected were:
- Abulaiti Hairisha, Irish Research Council Scholar, ‘Simulating the controlled growth of polymer thin films by molecular layer deposition’.
- Chiara Mizzoni, Andrew Grene Postgraduate Scholar in Conflict Resolution, ‘A group of FARC fighters watch a game of afternoon football at a demobilisation and transition camp in Icononzo, Colombia’.
- Pierre Jolivet, Irish Research Council Scholar, ‘Visualisations from open sound control driven inputs to virtual reality environments’.
- Ross Lundy, Irish Research Council Scholar, ‘Deforest gold micro-mushrooms on copper meadow’.
- David Cichon, Irish Research Council Scholar, ‘Garment workers in Phnom Penh marching for a living wage and collective bargaining rights on International Labour Day 2017’.
- Sven Batke, Irish Research Council Fellow, ‘A bromeliad plant from the same family as pineapples which grows on top of tall tropical trees’.
- Maria Velasco, Irish Research Council Scholar, ‘The cerebellar network between neurons (red), astrocytes (yellow) and microglia (green) in a mouse organotypic slice culture’.
- Ross Lundy, Irish Research Council Scholar, ‘Copper oxide nanoblades’.
- Sajad Alimohammadi, Irish Research Council Fellow, ‘Refractive index matched PIV applications: Velocity profiles for flow around an array of cylinders’.
- Shane Holohan, Irish Research Council Scholar, ‘Ben Collis & Elisabeth Künkele (© Einar Kling-Odencrants) performing as part of my PhD in arts practice’.
SEE SOME IMAGES IN THE GALLERY HERE
Further information and the list of the final ten images is available at http://research.ie/what-we-do/loveirishresearch/blog/ten-striking-research-images/