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Cronus Technologies' "Fold to Win" Origami contest

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On stand 15 at Physiology 2010 Cronus Technologies exhibited the cellZscope Impedance Spectroscopy system and held a “Fold to Win” Origami contest. Why Origami? The tenuous link was to another system in our portfolio the Japan made Sort ANalyser JSAN, a desktop flow cytometry cell sorter.

They received 35 entries, the top three are pictured below! The contest was judged by Dr Lizzie Burns a science-based artist www.sciencetolife.org.


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Dr Lizzie Burns:
“I loved looking at those origami creations!  ....the winner was beautiful and somehow reminded me of a virus in its symmetry and strength of design..."

There was one prize for the winner: a four person luxury picnic bag.

 
Lotus Flower The winner Lotus Flower
Naoise O Ciardha (University College Dublin, RoI)
Pterydactyl Runner-up Pterydactyl
Godfrey Smith (University of Glasgow, UK)
Face, a pretty face!

Commended Face, a pretty face!
Richard Skelly (University College Dublin, RoI)

For more information on Cronus Technologies, please visit their website.

 
       
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