LSE's Research Festival is a celebration of the creativity that lies at the heart of all research. This year, the posters, films, photographs and apps entered by research students and staff from LSE, Cambridge, SOAS and UCL formed a brilliant showcase of work that engaged fellow researchers and general public alike, some 500 of whom visited the exhibition on 1 March in LSE's New Academic Building.
For a taster, view this short clip filmed at the exhibition.
All submissions are now available to view in LSE Research Online, and details of the winners are listed below. Our thanks to all those who submitted work, to the judges who had the unenviable task of choosing a winner in each category and to those who visited the exhibition.
Research Festival was the cover story for this summer's edition of LSE Connect ... and the subject of a feature inside the magazine. Read it online at LSE Connect
Research Festival 2012/13 winners
Johannes Himmelreich, PhD student in Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method, LSE: Collective agency: can the state be a group agent?
View the poster in PDF form.
Dr Christelle Rabier, Research Fellow in Department of Economic History, LSE: Capturing the cut: on the invention of medical illustration
Warning: the video contains graphic representations of invasive surgery
All the films submitted can be viewed in LSE Research Online.
Evangelos Georgas, PhD student in Department of Sociology, LSE: Communist pre-election campaign in Greece
George MacKerron, PhD student, Department of Geography and Environment, LSE: Mappiness (available via the Mappiness website)
Popular Prize category
Victoria Baltag, PhD student, Department of Anthropology, UCL: Faith and flame