Materials doctoral candidate Janet Gbur among winners of Research as Art competition

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Microscopic image of flaw in nitinol wire
Killer Inclusions: Janet Gbur's fractured surface image of nitinol wire.
An image depicting a flaw in nitinol alloy wire submitted by Janet Gbur, a doctoral candidate in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, has been named among 17 winners of Swansea University’s Research as Art competition.

Gbur’s entry depicting a colorful microscopic view of the wire from her dissertation work won the competition’s External International Award and was featured with the other winners by BBC News.

Research as Art celebrates the diversity, beauty and impact of research at Swansea University. Judges evaluated a record 97 entries for this year’s competition.

Learn more and check out all the winning images.