Science Image Entries 2018/19

Winning images from the 2018/19 Science Image Award

First place: Feather by R A Butler Academy Infant and Junior Schools in Saffron Walden

The judge said, “This is a tricky specimen, but the choice of magnification and the lighting are very good.”

Second place: Raindrops on a bud by St Paul’s Church of England Primary School in Cambridge

The judge said, “This is unusual because of being an ephemeral specimen. It is fascinating because of the spherical appearance of the drops”.

Third place: Leopard spider by St Andrew’s Church of England Primary School in Soham

The judge said, “I like this because of the observation that went into it. It would have been obvious to aim at the eyes of jaws, as in most spider images, but the photographer saw the two kinds of cuticular hairs, which are totally different in contrast and size, and make the abdomen look like a forest seen from the air.”

Barrington Primary School

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Cherry Hinton C of E Primary School

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Colville Primary School

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Dry Drayton C of E Primary School

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Fenstanton and Hilton Primary School

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Fulbourn Primary School

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Great Chesterford C of E Primary Academy

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Kings Hedges Primary School

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R A Butler Academy Infant and Junior Schools

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Ridgefield Primary School

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St Albans Catholic Primary School

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St Andrews C of E Primary School

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St Pauls C of E Primary School

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St Philips C of E Primary School

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Stapleford Community Primary School

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