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Imperial's University Challenge winners - May 1996


Congratulations to the Imperial College team, who beat the London School of Economics 275 to 220 in the University Challenge final. The trophy, presented by the BBC's foreign affairs editor, John Simpson, should soon be back in the hands of the IC team, having been temporarily lost by last year's winners, Trinity College, Cambridge.
Imperial's 1996 winning team receives the prize from John Simpson
Imperial's 1996 winning team receives the prize from John Simpson
Pictured (from left): Chris Harrison (MSc Foundations of Advanced Information Technology), Jim Totty (PhD Mathematics and Physics), Nick Bradshaw (PhD Neural Systems), Mark Pallen, captain (PhD Biochemistry) with John Simpson and Jeremy Paxman.
PHOTO: (c)BBC/Granada Television

*** © Imperial College 2001. This article originally appeared in IC Reporter, the staff newspaper of Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine. Please contact the editor Tanya Reed(Email: icreporter@imperial.ac.uk, Telephone: +44 20 7594 6697) for permission to re-use any or all parts of this article.***

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