Images of research Forging sustainable futures

A child holding a small spinning top in their palm with a clock in the background

The Balancing Act

Mhairi Patience, Psychology

An early prototype rehabilitation device

A Stroke of Genius

Maisie Keogh, Biomedical Science

Photo inside a coal lorry engine

Coughing to coffin: coalfield lessons

Samuel Grainger, Civil & Environmental Engineering

A boat and wind turbine sculpted from fruit, on a plate in a restaurant

Carving out remote possibilities

Jade McMorland, Naval Architecture, Ocean and Marine Engineering

An African small scale fisherman with fishing rod standing in front of the sea

Fisher’s rights are human rights

Elisa Morgera, One Ocean Hub

A researcher looks on to a fenced off area of waste ground, with hills and a rainbow in the background

Harvesting nature’s healing power

Richard Lord, Civil & Environmental Engineering

African mother holding her smiling baby on her lap. The baby is wearing a bib with a message on it promoting hygiene.

Helping mums form healthy habits

Tracy Morse, Centre for Sustainable Development

A 3D microscopy image of a damaged biofilm

How does your biofilm grow?

Ronald Turner, Civil & Environmental Engineering

Digital art showing a person going down a steep walkway to a crumbling island with a lighthouse on it

Journeys through homelessness and hope

Dimitar Karadzhov, Institute for Inspiring Children's Futures

Collage of an illustration of a tanker and toxic waste barrels on the sea shore and a photo of a water being poured into a glass from a bottle

Purging pollutants: restoring our waterways

Oluwagbemi Aladeokin, Chemical & Process Engineering

A polaroid family photo on a map with a compass and navigation equipment

Loss of My Navigator

Laura Del Carpio, Psychology

A flooded walkway next to a river in a city

Reflecting on urban stormwater

Erin Corbett, Civil & Environmental Engineering

An African woman with a young child on her back standing next to an outdoor kitchen area

Rewarding routines: food for thought

Kondwani Chidziwisano, Civil & Environmental Engineering

A collage of a person showing their lungs filled with waste plastics

Take my breath away

Anna MacDonald, Civil & Environmental Engineering

An exhausted medic in PPE kit sitting on the floor

Tackling the mental health pandemic

Nicola Colgan, Psychology

An African man standing in the sea, holding candles in the air, performing a religious ritual

The disturbed sleep

Elisa Morgera, One Ocean Hub

A researcher in a helmet in a tunnel

Tunnelling to climate solutions

Bruna Lopes, Civil and Environmental Engineering

A graphic illustration of an oil rig in turbulent seas

The Impact of Unseen Waves

Michael Orji, Naval Architecture, Ocean and Marine Engineering

A robot looking at the reflection of a meteor in a puddle

When you see it...

Mewantha Aurelio Kaluthantrige Don, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Hand drawn image showing two realities - a person walking into the distance, one with stars above, the other with debris in the sky

The problem with space pollution

Wail Boumchita, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

A montage showing contaminated water, limestone and a landscape

Transforming industrial wastelands

Marta Kalabová, Civil and Environmental Engineering

A ballooning aorta (aneurysm)

Deflating the Balloon

Alexandra Wren, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

A sunset over the coast

Sunset for Gaelic?

Ingeborg Birnie, Education

Magnified image of a purple compound that degrades gold and aluminium circuitry

Eradicating the purple plague

James Kelly, Advanced Materials Research Laboratory

Black and white visualisation of a little girl blowing dandelion seeds with a round disc among the dispersed seeds

Where Nano meets Bio

Zahra Rattray, Strathclyde Institute of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences

A child in a lab coat pouring an orange liquid into a beaker

Everyone’s a scientist

Jane Essex, Education

An AI-generated image of a sculpture

Artificial Intelligence or intelligent art?

William Wallace, Computer and Information Sciences

A graphic representation of Instagram network sizes

Hashtagging: the power of collectives

Dilan Rathnayake, Marketing

Slum community with graphic overlay depicting relationships

Map, track, act!

Aisha Abubakar, Architecture

Rollers used in the production of sheet metal

Isogrid: forming new impressions

Andrew Garrick, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Cartoon of farmer with his cows, with thought bubbles showing various digital tracking devices

Prioritising livestock health; boosting productivity

Ivan Andonovic, Centre for Intelligent Dynamic Communications

Visualisation of Earth from space with the sun emerging behind it, and satellites sending data back to points on Earth

Securing our ever-connected world

Sonali Mohapatra, Physics

A man in high-viz clothing raking a former canal site

Unearthing the potential beneath

Keith Torrance, Civil and Environmental Engineering

Deep-sea sponges growing out of a rock

Protecting our deep-sea potential

Elisa Morgera, One Ocean Hub

A riverine running past a shanty town in Africa

River of dreams?

Tracy Morse, Centre for Sustainable Development

A female researcher standing in a dried out field with a measurement device

Something's happening beneath my feet

Jen Roberts, Civil and Environmental Engineering

A Malawian farmer taking goods to market on his bicycle

Setting African wheels in motion

Andrea Tuni, Design Manufacturing and Engineering Management

A Stroke of Genius

Maisie Keogh, Biomedical Science

Coughing to coffin: coalfield lessons

Samuel Grainger, Civil & Environmental Engineering

Fisher’s rights are human rights

Elisa Morgera, One Ocean Hub

Helping mums form healthy habits

Tracy Morse, Centre for Sustainable Development

Journeys through homelessness and hope

Dimitar Karadzhov, Institute for Inspiring Children's Futures

Loss of My Navigator

Laura Del Carpio, Psychology

Rewarding routines: food for thought

Kondwani Chidziwisano, Civil & Environmental Engineering

Tackling the mental health pandemic

Nicola Colgan, Psychology

Tunnelling to climate solutions

Bruna Lopes, Civil and Environmental Engineering

When you see it...

Mewantha Aurelio Kaluthantrige Don, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Building bridges: early years education

Xunrou Shen, Education

Deflating the Balloon

Alexandra Wren, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Eradicating the purple plague

James Kelly, Advanced Materials Research Laboratory

Everyone’s a scientist

Jane Essex, Education

Hashtagging: the power of collectives

Dilan Rathnayake, Marketing

Isogrid: forming new impressions

Andrew Garrick, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Securing our ever-connected world

Sonali Mohapatra, Physics

Protecting our deep-sea potential

Elisa Morgera, One Ocean Hub

River of dreams?

Tracy Morse, Centre for Sustainable Development

Setting African wheels in motion

Andrea Tuni, Design Manufacturing and Engineering Management

The Balancing Act

Mhairi Patience, Psychology

Untangling the Microcosmic Web

Liam Rooney, Physics

Carving out remote possibilities

Jade McMorland, Naval Architecture, Ocean and Marine Engineering

Harvesting nature’s healing power

Richard Lord, Civil & Environmental Engineering

How does your biofilm grow?

Ronald Turner, Civil & Environmental Engineering

Purging pollutants: restoring our waterways

Oluwagbemi Aladeokin, Chemical & Process Engineering

Reflecting on urban stormwater

Erin Corbett, Civil & Environmental Engineering

Take my breath away

Anna MacDonald, Civil & Environmental Engineering

The disturbed sleep

Elisa Morgera, One Ocean Hub

The Impact of Unseen Waves

Michael Orji, Naval Architecture, Ocean and Marine Engineering

The problem with space pollution

Wail Boumchita, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Transforming industrial wastelands

Marta Kalabová, Civil and Environmental Engineering

Sunset for Gaelic?

Ingeborg Birnie, Education

Where Nano meets Bio

Zahra Rattray, Strathclyde Institute of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences

Artificial Intelligence or intelligent art?

William Wallace, Computer and Information Sciences

Map, track, act!

Aisha Abubakar, Architecture

Prioritising livestock health; boosting productivity

Ivan Andonovic, Centre for Intelligent Dynamic Communications

Unearthing the potential beneath

Keith Torrance, Civil and Environmental Engineering

Safeguarding our heritage: technology-enabled conservation

Saiful Ramli, Architecture

Something's happening beneath my feet

Jen Roberts, Civil and Environmental Engineering