Due Date: November 16, 2018
Applications are welcomed for the BMC ‘Research Study in Development’ Picture Competitors 2018 The competitors wishes to see your interest for science and development showed in your photography.
Your image need to be associated with research study and can be concentrated on any location of your work and from any discipline consisting of physical sciences, mathematics and engineering. To fit the style of ‘Research study in development’, they are searching for intense, modern-day and motivating pictures that show development, interest and stability.
- The general winner will get a prize money of EUR550(~ ₤490/$645)
- The runner-up will get EUR350(~ ₤310/$410)
- The prize-winning images will be included on the BMC blog site, BMC site and in marketing products. In 2015 the winning images were included in significant outlets such as The Guardian, IFL Science, and The Independent.
- Anybody with an interest in research study can get in, from throughout the world;-LRB- ***************).
- Aged 18 years of ages or over (or the suitable age of bulk in your nation if greater) at the time of entry. This Promo is void in Cuba, Iran, Myanmar, Russia, Ukraine, North Korea, Sudan, and Syria or where otherwise restricted or limited by law;-LRB- ***************).
- Just one entry per qualified individual;-LRB- ***************).
- Numerous entries will be considered to be void and might result in disqualification. Entries need to be a minimum 300 dpi (1831 x 1831 pixels for a raster image) in among the permitted formats– EPS, PDF (for line illustrations), PNG, TIFF, JPEG, BMP, DOC, PPT.
Send your entry by emailing your image to [email protected]
Your entry should consist of the following information:
- Description (Max. 300 words)
- Submit type
- Information attribution (if suitable)
- Association (if suitable)
- I accept launch this image under an Imaginative Commons License (CC-BY): Y/N
- Twitter deal with (optional)
- How did you find out about this competitors?
To find out more, see BMC Picture Competitors