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Fieldwork Photography Competition - submit by 23 March

last modified Mar 02, 2018 02:23 PM
Where in the world does your research take you and what do you see?

The University's Research Communications Team would like to see the people you meet and the landscapes, the libraries, the architecture, the wildlife you see – and they’d like to show this to readers of Cambridge’s Research Horizons magazine.

The team would like to convey the sense of being there that’s important to any research that depends on fieldwork.

They are looking for amazing photography – of anything, really – as long as it’s interesting, links with your research, and is good enough quality to print.

Please submit the highest resolution photographs you have by 23 March to research.horizons@admin.cam.ac.uk and let them know:

  • who you are
  • where the photo is taken and what it shows
  • how it links with your current research

And if you have film then they would love to see this too. 

Research Horizons is the University of Cambridge’s research magazine. With a readership that includes research funders, government, industry, academics and the media, the magazine aims to promote the importance of Cambridge’s research in contributing to society.

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