Images of research Hope for humanity

An illustration showing a crowd surrounding a bonfire. A thick cloud of smoke rises into the air forming faces as a man throws a prosthetic leg onto the bonfire.

Rethinking the plastic witch hunt

Katherine Ellsworth-Krebs, Design Manufacturing and Engineering Management

A hinged platform floating in a large tank of water

Offshore renewables: riding the waves

Abel Arredondo Galeana, Naval Architecture, Ocean and Marine Engineering

A rocky pathway leading up a grassy hill, with a sign saying the West Highland Way on the left

Every step is moving me up

Keith Munro, Computer and Information Sciences

Solar panels in the foreground, small buildings with rooftop solar panels in the background, in Malawi

Solar power to the people

Aran Eales, Electronic and Electrical Engineering

Little specimen bottles with yellow lids filled with soil, roots and little rocks

Sowing the seeds for greener cities

Kimia Witte, Biomedical Engineering

A sculpture made from strips of patient letters flowing out of test tubes

HPV: (un)cut narratives

Caroline Verdier, French

A split image showing a street scene on top and a colourful graphic representation of the scene below

A new perspective on urban design

Madhavi Patil, Architecture

A futuristic representation of a globe with industrial elements at its base, fire at the left side, tall chimney in the middle and forests on top

Affordable green energy for all

Chinyere Ekperechukwu, Chemical and Process Engineering

A black and white 3D microscope image of a sphere made up of lots of little spheres covered in little specks resembling seeds

’Cementing’ the future of sustainable construction

Marcella McIllroy, Civil and Environmental Engineering

A red balloon crab, surrounded by darts with pictures of vesicles on them pointing at the crab

Fighting cancer

Christine Dufes, Strathclyde Institute of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences

A dressed up woman runs down a street chased by zombie-like people with fire in the background

Dressing our way to extinction

Marsaili Mainz, Marketing

Looking through a chained gate at a neglected city park

Access denied

Dalia Aly, Architecture

A graphic representation of a person sitting in the lotus position, hands clasped, with a VR headset on and imagery rotating around their head

Creating calm spaces through VR

Monthian Nguitragool, Architecture

A painting of a person crying – the tear stretching down to a mobile phone and into an image of a foetus

Navigating life changes online

Diane Morrow, Computer and Information Sciences

A black and white microscope image of  virus-like black particle

Discovering the disease lurking within

Obey Suleyman, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Futuristic towers rise up surrounded by slush green forests with small plumes of steam

Hydrogen: powering the future

Dragos Neagu, Chemical and Process Engineering

A split image showing a man’s head and shoulders on the right and a very grainy, almost black and white version, on the left.

Vision: humans vs computers

Paul Kirkland, Electronic and Electrical Engineering

An Indonesian fishing boat moored in a marina

Sustaining Indonesian traditions, skills and lives

Eka Ardhi, Naval Architecture, Ocean and Marine Engineering

A graphic representation of a small building floating in the air tethered by a chain that is breaking with a faint breaking clock and skyscraper in the background.

Preserving the cornerstones of our cultures

Samuel Etopidiok, Architecture

An African woman kneels with hands in the air as if in pain, covered with a large blue fishing net, surrounded by an audience

Listen to the sea

Elisa Morgera, One Ocean Hub

A black and white computer-generated graphic showing various boat designs

The shape of ships to come

Shahroz Khan, Naval Architecture, Ocean and Marine Engineering

A blue graphic showing linked cubes, representing different buildings. Green lines weave and swirl between the cubes with bees flying along them.

People power: managing energy demand

Faezeh Bagheri Moghaddam, Architecture

A fixed pulley structure on an old mining site with the sun shining through

Rays of hope in cold times

Stephanie Flude, Civil and Environmental Engineering

A snowy landscape with tall pine trees lining the horizon and a wind turbine in the middle. The sun low in the sky just above.

Optimising wind turbine lifetime assessment

George Elderfield, Electronic and Electrical Engineering

A slice of onion next to crumpled onion skins, a fork next to a little rough-textured container holding a gyoza

Food protecting food: nature’s way

Tiziana Marrocco, Advanced Materials Research Laboratory

A figurine of a man with a wand stands to the right of various beakers filled with colourful liquids with smoked emerging, and a syringe and tablets in the foreground.

The magic of nanotechnology

Hakam Alaqabani, Strathclyde Institute of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences

Poppy seed heads with a fly on top of one

Sustaining the growth of pharmaceuticals

Veronique Seidel, Strathclyde Institute of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences

A close-up of a window with green shutters, one open

Design: beyond the surface

Hazar Marji, Design Manufacturing and Engineering Management

An illustration of a field of sheep with a wolf in the middle with a sheep’s fleece on its back

Feminism in our times

Yvette Taylor, Education

A black and white microscope image of a tiny microplastic molecule surrounded by little spheres with cracks like little mouths

Eating away at the microplastic problem

Juliane Simmchen, Chemistry

A black and white image of a little girl with her face in her hands facing a tilted wall of words with a network of fine magenta lines joining them up.

Mum, Dad, what about MY privacy?

Karen Renaud, Computer and Information Sciences

Offshore renewables: riding the waves

Abel Arredondo Galeana, Naval Architecture, Ocean and Marine Engineering

Solar power to the people

Aran Eales, Electronic and Electrical Engineering

HPV: (un)cut narratives

Caroline Verdier, French

Affordable green energy for all

Chinyere Ekperechukwu, Chemical and Process Engineering

Fighting cancer

Christine Dufes, Strathclyde Institute of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences

Access denied

Dalia Aly, Architecture

Navigating life changes online

Diane Morrow, Computer and Information Sciences

Hydrogen: powering the future

Dragos Neagu, Chemical and Process Engineering

Sustaining Indonesian traditions, skills and lives

Eka Ardhi, Naval Architecture, Ocean and Marine Engineering

Listen to the sea

Elisa Morgera, One Ocean Hub

People power: managing energy demand

Faezeh Bagheri Moghaddam, Architecture

Optimising wind turbine lifetime assessment

George Elderfield, Electronic and Electrical Engineering

The magic of nanotechnology

Hakam Alaqabani, Strathclyde Institute of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences

Design: beyond the surface

Hazar Marji, Design Manufacturing and Engineering Management

Eating away at the microplastic problem

Juliane Simmchen, Chemistry

Rethinking the plastic witch hunt

Katherine Ellsworth-Krebs, Design Manufacturing and Engineering Management

Every step is moving me up

Keith Munro, Computer and Information Sciences

Sowing the seeds for greener cities

Kimia Witte, Biomedical Engineering

A new perspective on urban design

Madhavi Patil, Architecture

’Cementing’ the future of sustainable construction

Marcella McIllroy, Civil and Environmental Engineering

Dressing our way to extinction

Marsaili Mainz, Marketing

Creating calm spaces through VR

Monthian Nguitragool, Architecture

Discovering the disease lurking within

Obey Suleyman, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Vision: humans vs computers

Paul Kirkland, Electronic and Electrical Engineering

Preserving the cornerstones of our cultures

Samuel Etopidiok, Architecture

The shape of ships to come

Shahroz Khan, Naval Architecture, Ocean and Marine Engineering

Rays of hope in cold times

Stephanie Flude, Civil and Environmental Engineering

Food protecting food: nature’s way

Tiziana Marrocco, Advanced Materials Research Laboratory

Sustaining the growth of pharmaceuticals

Veronique Seidel, Strathclyde Institute of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences

Feminism in our times

Yvette Taylor, Education

Mum, Dad, what about MY privacy?

Karen Renaud, Computer and Information Sciences