This year's #RSCPoster took place over a 24 hour period from 2–3 March. Today we are excited to be announcing the winners.
Competition was high, with almost 900 posters from 62 countries, and we also saw the introduction this year of #RSCPosterPitch – short videos from our poster presenters. The entries in this new category were impressive – with pitches ranging from poetry to TV commercials as our participants thought creatively to bring their research to life.
Congratulations to all our winners!
You can click on the Twitter handles in the table below to see the winning posters, or you can scroll through our gallery of all the winning tweets below this table.
It's that time of year again when Mr Ruthenium hits the spotlight...but this year he's not alone. Check-out my #RSCPoster & see what he & his friends have been getting up to this year in an effort to improve personalised cancer treatment therapies with ECL #RSCAnalytical#RSCPhyspic.twitter.com/yU03GqPGpY
Got a soft spot for framework materials and the beautifully diverse geometries and structures they can adopt? Me too - and here's a map to compare some of my favourite hybrid and #RSCInorg materials! #RSCPosterpic.twitter.com/IFckqkfrRJ
Excited to share the findings of a project we have been working on for 2+ years: using transient electron spin resonance spectroscopy to directly probe the underlying processes responsible for efficient thermally-activated delayed fluorescence! #RSCPoster#RSCPhyspic.twitter.com/xzdNO7lWXh