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Winner of CDT Twitter photo competition

last modified Mar 09, 2018 01:01 PM
Second prize in the #CDTinnovation category goes to Oliver Vanderpoorten
Winner of CDT Twitter photo competition

Dark worms. Credit: Oliver Vanderpoorten; Sample by: Tessa Sinnige

Congratulations to Oliver Vanderpoorten, from the 2015 cohort, for winning second prize in the CDT Twitter photo competition for his entry: Fluorescently labelled BAG neurons in C.Elegans - a simple model organism to study neurodegenerative diseases.

The Twitter photo competition was organised by the EPSRC CDT in Photonic Integration and Advanced Data Storage (PIADS) and EPSRC MRC CDT in Optical Medical Imaging (OPTIMA) to celebrate British Science Week 2017. There were three categories in the competition: #CDTinnovation, #CDTfunny and #CDTselfie. All the winning entries can be found here

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