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The first jury meeting for Figure 1.A. took place yesterday afternoon at Musée de la Main. Stay tuned for more announcements by the end of the week!

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We are working hard on putting all the pieces of the exhibition together Can you recognise your submissions? 🤔

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Submissions are currently closed for the 2017 edition of [Figure 1.A.]. A big thank you to all those who submitted their images!
The selection process is already undergoing and all participants will be contacted by the 1st September, 2017 whether they are among the 40 finalists. Stay tuned!

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One day left to submit your scientific art! Submissions close on 15th August. All those who have already submitted and want to make amendments, drop us a line here or apns@asso-unil.ch
See you all in November in the beautiful Gallery La Sonnette

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Only 15 days left until the end of the submission deadline. We thought it`s about time we said hello and introduced the team behind [Figure 1.A.]. Check out who we are at https://apns-unil.com/the-team/ Ah, and Happy birthday, Suisse! 🇨🇭

Time to meet the jury at https://apns-unil.com/the-jury/
Roxanne Currat (Musée de la Main), Lydia Dorner (Musée de l`Elysée), Elena Martinez (FBM), and Christoph Bauer(University of Geneva) will select the 10 images, which will be permanently displayed at university grounds after the exhibition. Learn more about them at our website.

Check out our renovated website, take a peak at the gallery and don`t forget to visit the FAQs section. You can also find the submission link directly there.

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The Association for Postdocs in Natural Sciences at Université de Lausanne welcomes you to [Figure 1.A] The Scientific Art Exhibition, which will take place on 2nd,3rd, 4th November, 2017 at Gallery La Sonnette at Lausanne. Here you can submit your images, see the answers to some frequently asked qu...
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Share your images for category People Behind Science. Share the hard work, the excitement and frustration. Take your cameras out and document those turning the wheels of science!

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How about a virtual visit of Galerie La Sonnette at
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Submit images in two categories at https://goo.gl/forms/BpKr9jCWC2AVOmkt2 until 15th August, 2017.

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Let`s kick it off with some early bird submissions.
The Brain Crowd by Elias Gebara and Nicolas Toni from the DNF.
Submit your scientific and people photography for a gallery exhibition on 2nd, 3rd, 4th November at Galerie La Sonnette.

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Let`s kick it off with some early bird submissions.
Passage by Tonni Grube Andersen from DBMV. A contemporary and stylized look of a passage cell in the suberized endodermis of Arabidopsis.
Submit your scientific and people photography for a gallery exhibition on 2nd, 3rd, 4th November at Galerie La Sonnette.

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Submissions are currently closed for the 2017 edition of [Figure 1.A.]

A big thank you to all those who submitted their images! Over the past 2 months, we have collected a bit more than 100 submissions.

The selection process is already undergoing and all participants will be contacted by the 1st September, 2017 whether they are among the 40 finalists. Stay tuned!

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Who among us hasn't posed for a moment to admire the beauty of nature and its visualization in various forms, even though we are meant to see scientific images only as data?

How many emotions are hidden behind every piece of scientific work?
Gratitude towards our fellows, suffering for experimentation with mice, endless frustration from unsuccessful experiments, fascination of a new finding, excitement by the reproducibility of an experiment, lack of appreciation, or the fu...lfilment of working for a good cause?

We invite you to share the beauty you find both in your work and your workplace outside the confines of academia.

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