Photo & Video Competition – Final Voting Results

  • Author: ChemistryViews.org
  • Published: 22 August 2016
  • Copyright: Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim
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Voting for our photo and video competition has closed. The picture with the most votes from our readers is "Chemistry of Love" by Givago Prado Perecim (shown below) with 44.1 % of all votes. The winner will receive the book "Molecules That Changed The World" by K. C. Nicolaou and T. Montagnon.

 

 


Voting Results Overview

Entry Votes Percentage
Entry 12 - Chemistry of Love 6066 44.1%
Entry 27 - ReAcTiON: connecting chemists 5978 43.4%
Entry 23 - Potential antimalarial compound 482 3.5%
Entry 18 - CuRu Bimetallic Clusters 448 3.3%
Entry 4 - Great experiment in the laboratory 247 1.8%
Entry 26 - A lot of colors 232 1.7%
Entry 5 - Selfie Stick 132 1.0%
Entry 7 - Agarose gel with UV Illumination 33 0.2%
Entry 3 - Copper(II) sulfate 22 0.2%
Entry 31 - Revealing the Nanostructure of Cellulose with Soundwaves 17 0.1%
Entry 8 - Daniela performing experiments in chemistry 15 0.1%
Entry 22 - Swirling Down 14 0.1%
Entry 24 - Clean, but not clean … 12 0.1%
Entry 17 - Eye of a fly 11 0.1%
Entry 13 - Friends in the laboratory 8 0.1%
Entry 20 - Old Extractors and Distiller 5 0.0%
Entry 28 - Nemesis of a theoretical chemist 5 0.0%
Entry 14 - My laboratory 4 0.0%
Entry 25 - Dancing queen in water 4 0.0%
Entry 1 - Stop! 3 0.0%
Entry 6 - Clay Nanoparticles 3 0.0%
Entry 11 - Dilution gone wrong 3 0.0%
Entry 29 - Cotton Candy 3 0.0%
Entry 2 - Fluorescent NMR sample under UV light 2 0.0%
Entry 9 - Eucalyptus oil extraction 2 0.0%
Entry 10 - Young chemist with an extraction process 2 0.0%
Entry 15 - Attention and caution 2 0.0%
Entry 19 - Little Tension, Lots of Love 2 0.0%
Entry 21 - Stirring the Snow Globe 2 0.0%
Entry 30 - Holiday fumehood 2 0.0%
Entry 16 - Work hard 1 0.0%

 

The winners of the main prizes will be determined by the jury. All submitted photos and videos can be viewed here.


 

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