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RDM recently announced the winners of the RDM Image Competition and it was great to see that Elisa Vergari of the Rorsman Group won the first prize in the Scientific Image category.

© Elisa Vergari

The OCDEM Senior Academic Faculty together with Jana Rundle were placed third in the Non Scientific category.

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