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Photo Contest Applied Microsystems

  19/06/2008
Applied Microsystems is looking for photos of their instruments in the field. If you think you have or could take the best photo, Applied Microsystems is interested to see them, along with a sample of user field data.
 

The best photo, accompanied with sample data and a short write-up describing what you use our instruments for, will be featured on Applied Microsystems' website and will win the sender a Casio Exilim 7.2 mp digital camera (or equivalent value).

 

Please send high resolution digital photos to Jaimie Love. The deadline for entries is September 15, 2008.

 

 




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