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Winning images by: (from left to right) Tai-Ying Lee, Yayoi Teramoto Kimura, and Mariangela Panniello

Several new sets of glass doors have gone up around the Sherrington Building as part of ongoing refurbishments within the Department.

The Head of Department therefore recently ran a competition for members of DPAG to come up with ideas for images to be printed on the glass doors, much like how our logo is already printed on the window above reception. 

The winners have not only received the glory of having their images displayed in the Department, but they have also been awarded £150 in Amazon vouchers.

Congratulations are in order for Tai-Ying Lee, Mariangela Panniello, and Yayoi Teramoto Kimura, whose images have secured them winning places in the competition. 

Look out for their images which will be displayed on the glass doors very soon!

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