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Scotland Group announces the winners of its 2014 Undergraduate Prizes

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1 Aug 2014

SCI Scotland Regional Group is pleased to announce the winners of its 2014 Undergraduate Prizes. These are offered each year in four of the Scottish Chemistry Departments. Each Department selects the prize winner from its undergraduate class. The category for each prize has been determined by each Department in discussion with the chair of the Scotland Group to complement other prizes already offered. The 2014 winners, who each receive £100, are:

SCI Scotland Prize for Best Final Year Project in Chemistry at the University of Glasgow: Kirsten Hogg

SCI Scotland prize in Analytical Chemistry at Strathclyde University: Jonathan McClung

SCI Scotland prize for Third Year Practical Work in Chemistry at St Andrews University: Daniel Anton Garcia.

SCI Scotland prize in Materials Chemistry at the University of Aberdeen: Tadhg Mahon.

The corresponding winners in 2013 were:

SCI Scotland Prize for Best Final Year Project in Chemistry at the University of Glasgow: Douglas Tollemache

SCI Scotland prize in Analytical Chemistry at Strathclyde University: Jacqueline Gunn

SCI Scotland prize for Third Year Practical Work in Chemistry at St Andrews University: Patrick Williamson

SCI Scotland prize in Materials Chemistry at the University of Aberdeen: Andrew McNab

Prof Russell Howe
Chairman, Scotland Regional Group

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