The winners and shortlisted entries of the Royal Photographic Society’s International Images for Science competition have been revealed - and they’re truly spectacular.
From computer chips to pictures of the moon, 2,500 amateur and professional photographers submitted their finest work depicting ‘science with a story’.
The competition, supported by Siemens, is part of the Curiosity Project, a three-year programme aiming to engage young people with science and engineering.
The five winners and another 95 shortlisted entries are now open for public viewing during a five-week-long exhibition at The Crystal, London.
This is science like you’ve never seen before…