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'Opticon1826' issue 3 published

1 November 2007


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The third and latest issue of UCL student-led journal 'Opticon1826' is now online, featuring the winning entries from its essay competition.For this issue, the 'Opticon1826' team invited UCL students to submit essays on 'The Future of…'

PhD student Stephen Fleming (UCL Neuroscience) takes home the £100 first prize for his essay, 'The Future of the Brain'.

Two runners-up receive a £50 prize - 'The Future of the Past - When Will It Become History?' by Douglas James (UCL History 2), and 'The Future of Poetry' by Thomas Wolf (MSc Urban Development Planning 2007).

All three entries are published in the current issue alongside the usual engaging articles and reviews, and a letter to the editor about the challenges facing mothers working in academia.

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