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Send us your best photo to illustrate the fascination of clinical and basic research in ophthalmology and win attractive prizes.
The topic of the competition is "The Best Photo in Vision Research and Ophthalmology".
The photography may therefore illustrate all topics in the field of Ophthalmology & Vision Research. Be creative!
from April 11 to May 31, 2012
"The Best Photo in Vision Research and Ophthalmology"
1st Prize: 750,00 Euro
2nd Prize: 500,00 Euro
3rd Prize: 250,00 Euro
It's just that simple: Fill in our Photo Competition online form and submit it!
In taking part in the EuroVisionNet Photo Competition 2010, you agree to the competition rules.
Heidelberg Engineering is a high tech medical device company which designs, manufactures, and distributes diagnostic instruments for eye care professionals. The company’s products are used around the world by ophthalmologists and optometrists to scan patients’ eyes for signs of disease and to assist in the management of patients found to have disease. Early recognition of disease helps to delay and prevent the most common causes of blindness.