For this final Q&A, we spoke to the AAS Open Research Photography Competition runner up, Oluwatosin Ogunsola from the Federal University of Technology Akure (Nigeria), about his research interests behind the photograph of the use of plastic mulch in achieving sustainable tomato production on a farm in Nigeria, West Africa.
For this second Q&A, we spoke to the AAS Open Research Photography Competition runner up, Kwasi Adu Obirikorang from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in Ghana, about his research behind the photograph of the fisherman casting his net over Lake Bosomtwe.
For this Q&A, we spoke to Adéritow Gonçalves from the National Institute of Public Health (NIPH) in Cape Verde about his research into mosquitoes and vector-borne diseases behind the AAS Open Research Photography Competition winning entry.
The judges have deliberated, and the winners have been chosen. Learn more about the winning entries for the AAS Open Research Photography Competition.
Telling the story of a scientists’ research through photography. We are excited to announce that the inaugural photography competition for AAS Open Research is now open for entries.