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We would like to announce the results of the 2015 RDM Image Competition with our congratulations going out to Elisa Vergari (OCDEM) (Winner: Scientific Image) and Joshua Chai (CVM) (Winner: Non-Scientific Image). The judging for both the scientific and non-scientific images created some lively debate and we would like to thank everyone who entered for their images.

Credit: Elisa Vergari

From the RDM Image Competition 2015.
[1] ABOVE Winning Scientific Image: "The Goblet" - Elisa Vergari (OCDEM) (Winner: Scientific Image); and [2] BELOW Winning Non-Scientific Image: "Precious" - Joshua Chai (CVM) (Winner: Non-Scientific Image)

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