ChiPubLib design contest closes on Sunday

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Back in April, when we first alerted you about the start of the second annual ChiPubLib.org Poster Design Contest, you probably said to yourself, “That sounds awesome! Glad I’ve got plenty of time to submit my work.” Well, not anymore, you don’t. The deadline for submissions is this Sunday, May 16. So if you want to have a chance at having your poster displayed around the city, you really gotta get going. Details here.

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