The FEBS Journal COVID-19 Creative Communication Competition Winners!

The FEBS Journal hosted a creative communication competition in July inviting creative endeavours from early-career researchers to show what ‘re-opening the lab' life looks like after initial COVID-19 lockdown measures have been eased. After editors voted, the winners have been announced!
The FEBS Journal COVID-19 Creative Communication Competition Winners!

A big shout out and thank you to all early-career researchers who contributed and expressed their creativity in all sorts of ways! We had a great time assessing the entries and thought that each submission was thoughtful and unique - selecting the winners was not an easy task. In the end, we thought that two entries captured the spirit of the competition in terms of relevance, accuracy and appeal to a broad audience particularly well. In addition, we will also highlight a few entries that we thought were exceptional and deserve an honourable mention.

First place for €500

Congratulations to Yiğit Kocagöz (Istanbul, Turkey), who has won the first prize with his comic ‘Isolation Chronicles: Journey to the lost institute’. You can view his entry here and find him on Twitter under @yigilante: 

Second place for €250

Congratulations to Stephanie Vargas and Danae Solis (Paris, France), who won the second prize with their comic ‘Tiny Heroes’. Find Stephanie on Twitter under @StephVargas5687. You can view their entry here: 

Honourable mentions

And, finally, we would like to congratulate these commendable entries, which can be viewed here: 

  • Lauren Eades / @LaurenAEades (Leeds, UK)
  • Miriam Lisci / @miriamlisci, Tiphaine Douanne / @TiphaineDouanne & Carla Vazquez Amos (Cambridge, UK) (View on the FEBS Network here)
  • Aslihan Bastem / @aslibastem (Edinburgh, UK)
  • Aikaterini Douka / @kateRiNA_douka1 (Leeds, UK)

Look out for more information about the winners in an upcoming issue of The FEBS Journal.

The FEBS Journal Editorial Office

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