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BEST REPRESENTATIVE IMAGE OF AN OUTCOME (BRIO)
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BEST REPRESENTATIVE IMAGE OF AN OUTCOME (BRIO)

Qatar National Research Fund (QNRF) is pleased to announce the launch of the fourth cycle of its “BEST REPRESENTATIVE IMAGE OF AN OUTCOME (BRIO).”

The Best Representative Image of an Outcome (BRIO) is a contest for selecting stimulating images produced during QNRF-funded research. The competition aims to showcase research outcomes funded by QNRF and utilize them in QNRF’s public channels, encourage visual communication of science and research outcomes, and recognize exceptional talent in capturing and showcasing images and illustrations.
 
The competition will give QNRF-funded researchers the opportunity to use images and visual illustrations to communicate their research outcomes to a wider audience, including the general public, and capturing their artistic side.

For info please click the link below:

https://www.qnrf.org/en-us/Funding/Special-Programs/BRIO

 

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