Images of Research Competition 2021

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  • 2021-01-01

    Lee, Heunjung

    This image is an homage to my husband’s grandfather who inspired my doctoral research on temporality of persons living with dementia. This collage represents his porous realities that cross his childhood in Hong Kong/Macao, the period of the Second World War, and his late life in Canada. The...

  • 2021-01-01

    Marriott, Brian

    Slice to D4. One after the other, the wells of the plate in front of me are methodically filled with brain slices, precisely cut by a vibrating blade. Each one thinner than a human hair, I delicately transfer each slice as they are cut to a collecting dish with a paintbrush. This self portrait...

  • 2021-01-01

    Walker, Phil

    Here is an image of Moxie, a female, tame caribou in northern Ontario consuming some stick-lichen (Usnea spp.). Moxie and 15 other tame caribou allowed us to quantify caribou-specific nutritional resources across the boreal forest. Specifically, we combined tedious foraging-trials, where we...

  • 2021-01-01

    Rhodes, Meghan

    Brain tissue is comprised of grey matter (neuronal cell bodies) and white matter (myelinated axons). Glioma, a highly diffusive and fast spreading brain cancer, preferentially moves along white matter tracts like “myelin highways”. This leads to finger-like projections of glioma cells throughout...

  • 2021-01-01

    Assaly, Janan

    Lust and sensuality, the eternal image of nude Venus, an ancient iconography reimagined in the most treasured Western artworks. Important to understanding the power of her image, is an understanding of her iconographic development. In Classical art, Venus was depicted fully clothed, however this...

  • 2021-01-01

    Sarrami, Nasim

    Collecting samples drop by drop to gain targeted carrier for cancer treatment. The goal of my studies is to prepare better versions of available medications for improvement in cancer treatment. As part of my study, I purify my prepared nanoparticles from other materials and collect them drop...

  • 2021-01-01

    Lapierre, Matthew

    The No-Brow movement emphasizes the intersection between high and low culture, acknowledging their continuous dialogue, despite the severance between them. No-Brow collapses dichotomies between high and low culture by amalgamating art historical pictorial strategies of the old masters with...

  • 2021-01-01

    Tripathi, Anuja

    Uric acid (UA) is an important biomarker of human health, given that it is implicated in a range of medical conditions such as gout, arthritis, kidney stones, and heart diseases. Gout, for example, is a prevalent and painful disease caused by uric acid buildup in joints. At high concentrations,...

  • 2021-01-01

    Ahmed, Sherif

    The numerous ice crystals of irregular structure/colure combined together to create such a natural piece of art that fascinates both engineers and artists. Polarized light was used to glow up the ice crystals in an ice core sample. The image depicted a freezed shot of an invasion of ice sheets at...

  • 2021-01-01

    Hurley, Erica

    Preparing for a water ceremony we unconsciously are drawn to the water. The ground we stand on is in Flat Bay, a Mi'kmaq community in Western Newfoundland, a place where our ancestors are along side us. Within the silence all that is heard is the crashing of the waves, the seagulls and the...

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