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Suttons Jul 13
Win a £100 Suttons Voucher! Enter our Photo Competition for your chance to win. There are 3 categories to enter: Floriferous blooms, Unusual & quirky, & Clever use of space. Enter by 31 August 2019 for your chance to win: (Full Ts & Cs online)
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City of Trees 12h
Still time to enter our . The theme is 'Sunrise and sunsets' and to enter just tag us in your image . You could feature in our 2020 calendar!
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Lucilla Ronai 5 May 18
Plastic degradation is still an area requiring more scientific research. Fortunately, for cellulose acetate there is a quantitative way to ascertain it’s stage of deterioration (using AD Strips created by the Image Permanence Institute) #2
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The TBA 26 Jun 18
📣Calling all stud staff! 🐎Racing Staff Week is coming soon (30 Jun - 7 July) Watch this space for the launch of our 📷competition with some great cash prizes for stud staff
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RossoBiancoNero1878 Sep 15
**RBN1878 COMP** We’ll give away a FREE Van Der Sar bobble hat before the release to the person who sends in the best picture of one of our hats at todays game.....
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Natalie Jones Oct 8
How to hang a dolphin! A day in the life of a natural sciences conservator...
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Brokenvegetable 🎮🏎📸 Photgrapher for hire! Apr 24
VOTE FOR MY NEXT PHOTOCOMP SUBMISSION! I leave it up to you which one I enter into Photocomp 24 ! Vote in the comments section!
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Samuel Suarez Ferreira 30 May 18
Some adhesive testing for fluid preserved specimens. Can anyone predict how the plastic will fair in alcohol? #2
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The TBA 3 Jul 18
📣Calling all Stud Staff! We want to celebrate stud teams & let everyone know the important people & work from behind the scenes. Now is your chance! Enter our Stud Staff Photo Competition for the chance to win some great prizes. 🐎 📷 🙌
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Samuel Suarez Ferreira 30 May 18
A good way to learn about the art of taxidermy and its conservation is to have a go at it yourself. An unfortunate squirrel is shown after dissection and its skin ready to be mounted. #1
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#StormHour May 3
Announcement! Such as it is :) We will be revealing the weekly photo competition winners on a Sunday evening soon after 6pm rather than Monday morning as previously. Full details on how to enter at Thank you :) Mark
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North Hants GC 9 Mar 18
Congratulations to who has won our photo comp. difficult to compete with this really. Some great entries and interesting pics. Thanks to all those who entered. Pat we will be in contact to arrange for you to receive your wine 🍷 and balls
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British Ecological Society Jul 4
Our annual photographic competition, will be reopening next week! 😍🎉With 6 distinct categories to choose from, there’s something for everyone. Head to our website for details on how to enter, & to see our 2017/2018 winners 📸
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Canal & River Trust 15 Feb 18
Did you know all these facts about Locks? Thank you to everyone who joined us at the Foxton Locks Open Weekend, don't forget to enter our by sharing your photos with
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ICONHerSciGroup Jul 3
Delighted to announce the winner of this year's 📸is with this image of x-radiography of archaeological nails 🔩CONGRATULATIONS!!! Thanks to everyone who entered the competition this year!
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Mandy Garratt Sep 15
Looking back on my recent natural history work placement with Simon Moore ACR, I learnt so many new skills. Here I am tinting swatches of polar bear hair stuck onto bald areas of a deer's head, using gouache paint
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Bradford Museums & Galleries Jul 8
📢 📢 Enter 's . To accompany our exhibition at , the theme is people. Deadline 27 July. Judged & entries exhibited. See website for details:
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Heritage Week 19 Oct 17
Enter this great from celebrating biodiversity on farms
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GY & Caister G.C 13 Dec 17
Keep sharing your beautiful course photos on Twitter and Instagram using our hashtag. This one from Rachel yesterday is going to be hard to beat. We may even give out a little prize to our favourite December photo ❄️
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Lucilla Ronai 4 May 18
The chemistry behind paper degradation - showing the need for separating different heritage materials and good housing #1
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