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Chemistry student wins Penultimate Year Prize from the RSC

Posted on 16 January 2017

Charlotte Gregson, year 4 MChem student, has won the Penultimate Year Prize for Analytical Chemistry from the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC).

Chemistry student wins RSC prize

The Department put forward the nomination for Charlotte to receive this prize. The award process is managed by the Analytical Division North East Region of the RSC who promote Analytical Science in the region by introducing and aiding activities that further enhance the subject.

Charlotte said: “I am very grateful to have been nominated for this prize as I very much enjoyed the analytical aspects of my chemistry course last year, particularly the Analytical and Forensics Chemistry option module. To have won the prize has given me a great sense of accomplishment to take forward in my future studies.”

Professor Duncan Bruce, Head of Department, added: "The Department would like to congratulate Charlotte and is very proud of her achievement and recognition in this important area of chemistry. Well done."

Charlotte has won £100 and a one-year student membership of the RSC.

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