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 Issue 139, 31 March 2004
Contents
£76m centre for clinical imaging«
Tribute to miracle miler Sir Roger«
Harriet’s prime howler!«
International student awards«
Making a grand entrance«
Lowering blood pressure«
It’s a bug’s life«
Will powers IC Trust«
We’re on the map«
Britain the ‘tobacco control time-warp’«
Cutting carbon emissions«
When too much competition can prove unhelpful…«
Emotional intelligence scrutinised«
Move to new headquarters«
Staff Pay and Grading update«
An international night to remember«
Water way to make a splash at College…«
Science soirée at Silwood«
Snap happy…«
In Brief«
Media Spotlight«
Noticeboard«
What’s on«

Snap happy…

A COLOURFUL collection of 36 winning images were on display this month in the Blyth Centre of Music and Visual Arts.

fish image

More than 120 entries were received for the first London Youth Underwater Photography Competition, initiated by Imperial staff members and postgraduate students from the Imperial College Underwater Club.

A variety of prints highlighted specific concepts of photography from portraiture to abstract forms. Judges included David Bellamy, Alex Mustard, Paul Naylor, and Brian and Linda Pitkin. All proceeds raised were donated to the Marine Conservation Society.

Winners chosen from 36 finalists included Alan Ahern who took the runner up prize and first prize in the UK macro category with pictures of limpets on a kelp frond and an adult pike taken in Guildenburg Lake, pictured above, which also won the best in show award.

The runner up in the UK normal/wide angle category was a photograph of a Tompot Blenny fish taken by Emma Kenyon, while the winner was James Clark with an image showing two crabs hiding in the barrel of a gun.

Visit www.londonuwphoto.org for details of other winners and runners up.

 
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