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We are proud to announce that Matthew Williamson, a DPhil Student in the Department, has won the public vote for the best image in the recent "Through The Looking Glass" exhibition in the University Parks and has been awarded an Amazon voucher for £100.

Matthew can be seen below with his winning image "The Bouquet of Junctions" ,

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