Written Articles


Written articles should be no longer than 1,500 words. Entries will not be judged on any pictures included in the article, just the text. References must be included where appropriate.

 

Each written entry must:

 

Comprise original work of up to 1,500 words
Be on a molecular bioscience topic (specified on your entry form)
Be targeted at the general public
Demonstrate a high level of spelling and grammar
Be scientifically accurate
Be creative, engaging and well-written 


Videos


Videos should be 2-5 minutes long. Use of sophisticated film equipment is not required to enter this competition, for example, a phone camera could be used. The key points that the entries will be judged on is how well the science is presented/described and not the technical quality of the filming. 

 

Videos can be entered by teams, with one person named as the lead entrant. Prizes will be shared by the team. See the FAQ for details. 

 

Please do not include any copyrighted material in your entry (i.e. music and images).  

 

 

Each video entry must: 

 

Communicate science clearly and be scientifically accurate
Be engaging, creative and have strong narrative
Be targeted at the general public and be on a molecular bioscience topic (specified on your entry form)
Be 2-5 minutes long
Not include any copyrighted content (eg. music)

 

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