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"A Year of Progress" was held in the Sherrington Library on Wednesday 6 November 2019.

Cartoon Credit: Jackbroughamdrawing.com

Abstracts of posters were presented by DPAG Graduate Students at the start of their Second Year of DPhil Research Study. An academic panel of judges spent the morning viewing each poster to determine the prize winners. 

A cartoonist was on hand once again to record the event.

The winner is Gurpreet Bharj, supervised by Dr Derek Hood, Professor Marisa Martin-Fernandez and Professor Helen Christian.

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The two runners-up are Konstantinos Klaourakis, supervised by Professor Paul Riley and Dr Joaquim Vieira, and 

Lucija Fleisinger, supervised by Dr Sarah De Val and Dr Alice Neal.

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Cartoons by Jackbroughamdrawing.com

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