Zinc oxide nanostructures
First Place + Centre for Materials Science Award winner | Jun Mei
Inspired by plant photosynthesis, these zinc oxide nanostructures show promise in efficiently converting light into energy.
Audio reactive geometry
Second place winner | Melina Celik
This striking video interprets evolutionary biology through 3D models of iconic extinct and living Australian marsupial bone structures.
The third dimension
Highly Commended Award winner | Brett Lewis
Understanding coral biology and function is critical - this 3D model shows insights into the role of coral autofluorescence at a micro-scale.
Highly Commended Award winner | Robert Emo
This is a thin section mosaic of a deeply-sourced rock, or xenolith, from the upper mantle found in central Queensland.
The very hungry macrophages
People's Choice Award winner | Eleonore Bolle
This image shows macrophages, a cell type from the immune system, consuming antibiotic-loaded microspheres.
This video shows an interactive artwork that encouraged viewers to touch a microscopic image of a water droplet to create a ripple effect.
This is a cinematic visualisation of a nebula produced using visual effects techniques.
This is a snapshot of the spontaneous pattern made by hydrophobic gold nanoparticles, floating over a hydrogen peroxide ocean.
This image shows the tiny universe inside a cell's cytoplasm consisting of various organelles and small vesicles.
These crystal structures belong to a metal−organic complex called Ag-TCNQ used to fabricate information storage devices.