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Leverhulme Lecture


Established 1943

In 1942 the Leverhulme Trust endowed a lecture in memory of the first Viscount Leverhulme. It was the first of the sponsored Society lectures set up by Dr William Cullen (SCI President 1941-1943). Read more on Leverhulme.

The Lecture is given every three years before the Liverpool and North West Regional Group to promote chemical or technological research or education.

Nominated by: SCI Member or Committee

Eligibility: Excellence in chemical research and knowledge

Description of Award: Lecture, presentation of a scroll, and publication of the recipient's address

Presented at: Liverpool and North West Regional Group Event

Frequency: Every two to three years, at the discretion of SCI

Selected by: Liverpool and North West Group Committee

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