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Gallery: Envisioning Research Winners

The photo "testing + holi" shows an engineering project centered in colorful powder.

NC State researchers highlighted their vital work in natural resources, engineering, veterinary medicine and more through art in the 2020 Envisioning Research Contest. Explore a selection of photos, graphics and microscopic images from this year’s contest in the gallery below.

See all the winners, including videos and interactive graphics, on Flickr.


Photography: First Place, Faculty and Staff: Javier Brumos, a staff member in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, for “Diversity.”
Microscopy: First Place, Graduate Students and Postdocs: Siyao Wang, a graduate student in the College of Engineering, for “Glowing Neurons.”
Graphics & Data Visualization: Second Place, Faculty & Staff: Javier Brumos, a staff member in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, for “Long-life tomatoes.”
Microscopy: Second Place, Faculty and Staff: Javier Brumos, a staff member in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, for “Underground rave.”
Photography: First Place, Graduate Students and Postdocs: Christina Burnham, a graduate student in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, for “Night Flight of an Infrared Drone in Namibia.”
Photography: Second Place, Faculty and Staff: Paul Franzon, a faculty member in the College of Engineering, for “Silicon wafer measurement.”
Graphics & Data Visualization: First Place, Graduate Students and Postdocs: Phyo Phyo Kyaw Zin, a graduate student in the College of Sciences, for “Chemical Network Visualization of Macrolactones.”
Photography: Second Place, Undergraduate Students: Carmen Mackenzie Cromer, an undergraduate in the College of Sciences, for “Musical Chair.”
Microscopy: First Place, Faculty and Staff: Elisabeth Wheeler, a faculty member in the College of Natural Resources, for “Japanese Pepper Vine Wood.”
Photography: Second Place, Graduate Students and Postdocs: Manraaj Singh Alag, a graduate student in the College of Engineering, for “testing + holi.”
Photography: First Place, Undergraduate Students: Kaitlyn Tiffany, an undergraduate in the College of Natural Resources, for “A rock rounded and moved by ancient glaciers perches atop a boulder overlooking the badlands.”
Microscopy: Second Place, Graduate Students and Postdocs: Sarah Orr, a graduate student in the College of Sciences, for “Chloride cells on the abdomen a mayfly larva, Neocloeon triangulifer.”
Graphics & Data Visualization: Second Place, Graduate Students and Postdocs: Nikki Inglis, a graduate student in the College of Natural Resources, for “Terrain Ruggedness Index (TRI), 1m resolution, Northern Front Range Mountains, Colorado, USA.”
Graphics & Data Visualization: First Place, Faculty & Staff: Abhishek Singh, a faculty member in the College of Engineering, for “A Trimer of Plant Synthase Protein Complex.”

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