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The winners of the BRAINScapes 2018 Image Competition were announced at the 9th Oxford Neuroscience Symposium on the 21st March.

 

First Prize £150 Amazon Voucher

Sarah Threlfell, Dept of Physiology Anatomy and Genetics for 'Dopamine Detector'

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Second Prize £100 Amazon Voucher

Paula Rocktaeschel, Nuffield Dept. of Clinical Neurosciences  for 'Two Astrocytes Having a Chat'

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Third Prize £50 Amazon Voucher

Elise Ng-Cordell, Dept. of Experimental Psychology for 'Why the wires?

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Special Prizes £50 Amazon vouchers to 

 

Lukas Krone, Dept of Pharmacology/Dept of Physiology Anatomy and Genetics for 'Super Cool NeuroICE'

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Bettina Ip, Dept of Physiology Anatomy and Genetics for 'Brain Mandala'

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