Are you feeling creative? Enter an image of your most interesting plate for a chance to win a new PhenoBooth+, which includes a much higher resolution camera than the previous PhenoBooth, and now comes with a full five lighting channel setup.
You can create your BioArt whichever way you want, there are no limitations!
Maybe you’ve got a contaminated plate that is mesmerising – show it off to the world by entering it into the BioArt competition.
Perhaps your students have made BioArt by hand in the lab? Multiple submissions from your lab are allowed so you can get everyone involved!
Or have you made your BioArt using a robot? Let us know in the form below!
Entries must be submitted by the 7th of May so submit your entry before it’s too late!
If you see your BioArt in the frame above when the countdown comes to an end, you will be the lucky winner of a PhenoBooth+! Officially ending manual colony counting in your lab.
To *enter the competition please submit your BioArt entry by email to this address email@example.com, fill in the form below and attach your file or simply submit your artwork via one of our social media platforms using the hashtag #SingerBioArt.
*Terms and Conditions
Entries should be submitted using the form above, through one of our social media channels using the hashtag #SingerBioArt or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org and include the following details: your name, contact email address, your place of work, a name for your BioArt, and the organisms used.
The competition will close on the 7th of May at 10 pm (BST).
The winner will be selected by an esteemed BioArt judging panel who are looking for the most creative plate.
By entering this competition you agree that if you win, you are happy for your name and lab name to be used and you will provide Singer Instruments with a short write-up or interview for marketing purposes. The winner will be announced on Singer Instruments’ website and marketing channels and will be notified using the submission method provided.
By entering your images into the competition, you grant permission to Singer Instruments to use, reproduce and publicly display the image. Those who enter must have the copyright for all images entered. Singer Instruments may request higher resolution images as a condition of delivery.