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The preyer

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Theme: Camouflage Award: Highly Commended Photographer: Jonah Linquist I was inspired to take this photo because it’s a praying mantis, and doesn’t everybody want to see a praying mantis?  I took this photo because I have always wanted to see a wild praying mantis, and this was my chance to prove that I had actually […]

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Chameleon Seahorse

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Theme: Camouflage Award: Highly Commended Photographer: Emily Phang I took this picture of a seahorse when I visited an aquarium in Singapore during a holiday with my parents and sister.  I did not notice the seahorse right away when I looked into the tank and took me a while to realise that the seahorse has […]

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Lizard Hiding on a Rock

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Theme: Camouflage Award: Runner-up Photographer: Jemima Kingdon Jones I was recently on holiday at Bushmans Kloof, a game reserve in South Africa & was on a safari trip looking at wild animals and ancient rock art. I spotted the lizard near one of the rock paintings & took this great picture. The lizard has a skin colur and […]

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Power Station

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Theme: The Result of Science Award: Highly Commended Photographer: Ellie Powell I took this photo on holiday in the Netherlands. I was on the train just outside of Amsterdam and passed by this thermal power station and wind farm. I think that this photo could represent one of the many results of science as it […]

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Shattered Reflection

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Theme: The Result of Science Award: N/A Photographer: Adam Shortall The Gherkin stands out across London’s skyline as one of the fore runners of modern sky scrapers. I took this photo as i was fascinated with the way the light reflected back off the windows in this fragmented way, showing of the way the building […]

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Fireballs

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Theme: The Result of Science Award: Winner Photographer: Gilda Rastegar This photo demonstrates the physics of how cameras capture light. Like humans who can only see a portion of the electromagnetic spectrum, cameras can only capture visible light. The quantum theory states that light is emitted from small bundles of particles called photons. In this […]

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Fireworks

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Theme: The Result of Science Award: N/A Photographer: Verity Kelly This picture shows fireworks. I took it during the 2012 New Years Day fireworks display of Cromer pier. I chose this picture from the pictures I took during the display as it shows multiple fireworks. Also I like the people in the foreground as it […]

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Light Show

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Theme: The Result of Science Award: Highly Commended Photographer: Sarah Cannavino On CSI one day, there was a scene where there was a great chemical reaction, which inspired this picture. During the episode, the power was out from a bad storm and in the lab there were no windows and no lights either. They needed […]

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The Corkscrew Bridge

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Theme: The Result of Science Award: N/A Photographer: Emillie De Bree Seeing that I am hoping to study Engineering, it would only do for me to take a picture of something with involves a lot of Engineering, and what better than a bridge? This is the ‘Bridge of Aspiration, the generous and symbolic gift to […]

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Research of the moon

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Theme: The Result of Science Award: N/A Photographer: Linda Valkovska I just looked up at te nighty sky as i always do, when i am looking for inspiration and i saw one of the satellites. Then my tought from human made objects in the sky came to another one and another one untill i tought […]

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Roadside Turtle

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Theme: The Result of Science Award: N/A Photographer: Annie Yang Everyday, turtles and other animals are targeted as a result of habitat fragmentation, and the spread of highways that make it harder for them to find their way home into their ponds, that may be across the treacherous highway. I happened to take this photo […]

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Roaring Stag

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Theme: The Result of Science Award: N/A Photographer: Danielle Connor Animals have evolved for the survival of the fittest. During the rut, stags (male deer) fight for the hinds (female deer). This photo shows a rutting stag roaring or bellowing. He does this to warn off other stags. Rutting stags lose about 20% of their […]

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Blue 293t

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Theme: The Result of Science Award: Runner-Up Photographer: Elizabeth Ham I took this photograph this Easter while interning in a stem cell research lab at The Children’s Hospital Boston. Over the course of the time I was there I grew my own 293t cells to use for artistic purposes. The 293t cells originated as human […]

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Science Photography Competition

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YSJ Photography prize 2012 – PRESS RELEASE –   The Young Scientists Journal is pleased to announce the launch of its science photography competition this February. Students aged 18 and under, from anywhere in the world, are invited to submit their photos in the following categories. Energy – (open to all ages) Camouflage – (under […]

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YSJournal Photography Competition 2012

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To Submit your entry, Click the link at the bottom of this page. Before entering, it is advisable to read the competition rules (below). Also it is necessary to create an account before submitting. After creating the account, to make a password, just click edit for your account and the password entry lines will appear. […]