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Nuvola Greek flag.svg These are the finalists for WSC2017 in Greece.

This country did not have a specific national organizer or a national coordination page.

Contents

FilesEdit

Specific classes of filesEdit

JuryEdit

  •   -   Gianni FOCHI (chemistry)
  •   -  /  Mike PEEL (astronomy)
  •   -   Penny RICHARDS (social science)
  •   -  /  Mascha STROOBANT (biology)
  • The selection lasted from 2018-01-16 to 2018-03-20.
  • The results were published on 2018-03-2x.

PrefinalistsEdit

This country had the following files considered as possible finalists:

Files that were uploaded as part of a set are marked with (S), additional sets could have been reconstructed by the organizers.

FinalistsEdit

People in scienceEdit

  no finalist was selected due to lack of candidate. The only possible image was recategorized inside a set.

Microscopy imagesEdit

1st national finalist
Transverse incision of the root of Iris × germanica L (Iridaceae Family), after staining with ruthenium red and methylene blue.
Maria G. Tsiouri

Non-photographic mediaEdit

  no finalist was selected due to lack of candidate. Only possible image was put inside a set.

Image setsEdit

1st national finalist 2nd national finalist
Chromatography of spinach.
Kostasmes95
Polarization of light and plastic items.
Annatsach
3rd national finalist
Swallows in their nest.
Annatsach

General categoryEdit

1st national finalist 2nd national finalist
View of Orion Nebula, photographed through a Celestron C 9 1/4 Schmidt-Cassegrain with a unmodified Sony a6000.
StudentAstronomyGroupUoC
A closer look of the army moth.
Annatsach
  This file was originally part of a set.