The National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Science to Art Award recognises outstanding imagery that has arisen from research funded by the National Health and Medical Research Council.
Imaging is now an integral technology in medical research. These images are not only scientifically important, but they can also be aesthetically powerful. The winner is selected by the Council of NHMRC and receives a framed print of their image and acknowledgement of the achievement by NHMRC.
Images are to be a minimum resolution of 400 dpi and submitted in high quality format.
Conditions of entry
Images must be generated from research funded by the National Health and Medical Research Council (an NHMRC grant reference number is to accompany each submission).
Entry is limited to one image per NHMRC funded grant.
Digitally enhanced or altered images are eligible but must be accompanied by an explanation of any alterations.
On entry, the submitter will be asked to certify that:
They own the image and, satisfying all copyright requirements, they grant NHMRC an enduring, non-exclusive licence to use the image without charge.
Our commitment to you
NHMRC will commit that the submitter's moral rights will be observed and NHMRC will publicly acknowledge ownership of the image if it is used in any publications.
Nominations close at 4PM AEDST on Friday 28 October 2022.
The 2022 awardee is expected to be announced at the NHMRC Biennial Awards Dinner on 23 March 2023. The awardee (or their nominated representative if a group or organisation) will be invited to attend the Awards Dinner.