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The results of the 2006 D&AD Global Student Awards were announced last week in London, culled from more than 3,000 entries representing 36 countries. The competition featured 25 briefs covering everything from advertising and product design to digital and interactive media, supported by brands and organizations including Virgin Atlantic, Creative London, Parlophone Records and Corbis. Some of the winners are seen here, opening with Jamie Nash of Northumbria University, who took a First in Packaging Design-ASDA for a nifty Brake for Lunch idea. Also in the PDF: (3,4) University of Central Lancashire's Lucy Gascoigne, First, Illustration-Greeting Cards; (5) The Creative Circus' Dustin Copeland, Caroline Shirley and Ben Webb, Second, Advertising-Age Concern; (6) Buckinghamshire Chilterns University College's Chris Boys and Bill Hibbins, First, Advertising-Clarks Shoes; and (7) Miami Ad School's Carlo Barreto and Jannik Davidson, Second, Advertising-Customer Safety. See www.dandad.org for more.