Comic Competition

  • Author: ChemistryViews.org
  • Published: 12 August 2014
  • Copyright: Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA
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Submit your cartoon telling a humorous story related to chemistry. All comics will be published at ChemistryViews.org and the best three will receive an award.

 

vote VIEW SUBMITTED COMICS 
and vote for your favorite



HOW TO ENTER

Following our very successful photo competition last year, ChemistryViews.org invites you to submit a cartoon showing the challenges, pitfalls, fun, and excitement related to chemistry in a creative way. It does not matter how good your drawing skills are, but how good your idea is.


Your cartoon might, for example,

  • tell a mishap in the lab,
  • vividly illustrate a chemical concept,
  • portray the day-to-day life of a chemist in a humorous way,
  • satirize academic policy,
  • poke fun at lab culture.


Wonderlab by Sophie Lin at ChemistryViews.org

Deadline for entries is midnight of October 13, 2014


          Submit Your Cartoon; Cartoon Competition


► The competition is closed.
See the winner of the user voting and the winners selected by the jury.


The cartoons must be your own work and you must own the rights to each picture. Please do not use more than ten individual pictures or ten scenes in your comic.


Three winners will be chosen from all the submitted cartoons by a panel of judges. Winning cartoons will be announced on November 10, 2014.
All cartoons will be posted on ChemistryViews.org for everyone to admire. The best three cartoons will receive an award.





PRIZES

1st Prize: iPad (MD510FD/A 16 GB black)
2nd Prize: Comic Competitionbooks for up to 250 EUR from Wiley/Wiley-VCH
3rd Prize: books for up to 100 EUR  from Wiley/Wiley-VCH

Additionally, the comic receiving most likes will receive a book prize: Molecules That Changed The World
by K. C. Nicolaou and T. Montagnon



COMPETITION RULES
By entering the competition you are agreeing to abide by the competition rules. Please read these before submitting images.
In particular, the rules relate to key copyright issues and the requirement for all images to be the original work of the person submitting them. Full Rules & Guidelines and Terms of Use.




Article Information
DOI: 10.1002/chemv.201400065

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