CONP Photo Contest
The Canadian Open Neuroscience Platform (CONP) needs your help! In order to create a website that is representative of the CONP, we are hosting an online photo contest with cash prizes of up to $250! Show us your creativity by submitting a photograph, drawing or other type of visual artwork that is related to themes of experiencing open science, open science communities or discovering open science. The contest ends at 23:55 on March 25, 2019, so hurry up and share your art!

In order to participate to the contest, you must read and agree to the following submission guidelines:

1- A total of three winners will be selected for cash prizes. Selections will be made based on originality of content and how well they capture the contest themes. We recommend not making a person the primary subject of the picture. First prize will be $250 CAD, second will be $125 CAD and third will be $75 CAD. Note that we will only accept one entry per contestant. Additional honorable mentions may be selected. Any entry selected for an honorable mention will receive $25 CAD. Upon completion of the selection process the CONP will issue a cheque by mail to the name and address provided on the entry form below.
2- Images submitted must be clear and have a minimal native resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels and a maximum resolution of 4K. Images may be submitted as PNG or JPG. Please ensure that you are happy with the final image quality when you submit.
3- The contest ends on March 25nd, 2019 at 23:55 EST. Any picture submitted past that time will not be considered.

Additionally, you must agree to the following conditions for your submission to qualify:

a. The CONP cannot award prizes for submissions outside of Canada. However, international submissions will be accepted and recognized if the content is chosen for the CONP website.
b. You agree to submit your image only to the CONP Photo Contest.
c. Submission to the CONP Photo Contest constitutes the application of Creative Commons license for non-commercial use (CC-BY-NC). The CONP or anyone else wanting to reuse your image will need to cite it to the best of their ability.
d. You must own or control the copyright to all content you submit to the CONP Photo Contest . This means that you cannot submit images obtained from other sources (e.g., online image search results or websites), or incorporate such work into your content submission, unless you have permission to do so.
e. You agree not to submit content for which you do not have complete rights. Public domain content cannot be submitted under any circumstances.
f. You agree not to submit content containing trademarks, service marks or other indication of origin, including logos, owned by third parties.
g. You agree not to embed your own watermark, website name, or copyright notice in your content.
h. Note that non-winning pictures may also be published on the CONP website.
i. The CONP reserves the right to crop, resize, compress, or make other minor changes. Note that the CONP may crop, resize, or make other similar small changes to the images submitted to facilitate their integration to the CONP website, and will endeavour to keep the creative spirit of the images submitted.
j. Should you wish to have your submission removed from the CONP website at a future date, you may do so by contacting the CONP. Furthermore, the CONP reserves the right to use or remove the images without further consent from the image creator.

In order to participate to the CONP Website Contest, you must read and agree to the submission guidelines and conditions. *
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