About Science in Focus
Hosted by QUT’s Institute for Future Environments, Science in Focus is an annual competition that has been uncovering the most surprising, beautiful and technically innovative visuals of important QUT research since 2014.
Entries offer insight into the unique research processes and objects used by QUT researchers in their pursuit of new knowledge and are judged on visual impact, creativity, originality, technical proficiency and the significance of the research.
Previous entry spotlight
Red blood cells inside a porous scaffold
by Tara Shabab
This image shows red blood cells sitting inside a porous biodegradable polyester scaffold. The pore microstructure and red blood cells attachment were created with the Tescan MIRA3 scanning electron microscope (SEM) at the Institute for Future Environments’ Central Analytical Research Facility.Find out more
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