Researchers at Binghamton University were able to show off their work in a different form.
The University held its 3rd annual Art of Science.
Students and faculty were able to show off an aspect of their scientific research in an artistic way.
Submissions were broken up into three categories, The World Around Us, Visualizing the Unseen, and Imagining Science.
Director of Research Advancement Rachel Coker says the event allows researchers to put a more human face on their work. “I think anything that helps the scientists and engineers at Binghamton promote their work and give them a new way of discussing their work. Possibly give people a new avenue to be more accessible to their findings, that’s always exciting. We get a lot of spouses and partners and friends of the people who enter who come to the show just to get that kind of view of their work.”
Each year a prize is given to the winning entry that helps them continue to examine the world in a different light.
This year’s grand prize was a drone photography kit.