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We’ve now launched the 2017 RDM Image Competition! We are looking for engaging and exciting images that showcase the cutting edge science and working environment within RDM, and also demonstrate the beautiful city of Oxford.

Credit: Elisa Vergari

From the RDM Image Competition 2015.

You can enter an image into three of the following categories:

  1. Scientific
  2. In and around the department
  3. Around Oxford

prize of £50 will be awarded to the winner of each category. First-prize winners, along with second and third place runners-up of ‘Scientific’ and ‘In and around the department’ categories will have their images showcased at a public engagement display at the John Radcliffe Hospital in summer 2017.

We are looking for diverse images and encourage you to get creative – the images you submit will be used on the new RDM website that is currently under development and on posters, flyers, newsletters & other forms of RDM communications.   

We are accepting entries until midnight on 31 January 2017.

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