Earlier this month, University of Nottingham Postgraduate Research Symposiums were held, covering the topics of Biological Chemistry / Synthesis and Catalysis and Molecular Bonding and Spectroscopy / Materials. During these symposiums, prizes were awarded for talks and posters written and researched by UoN Postgraduate Researchers.
Two Low-Dimensional Materials and Interfaces DTP students were successful in being awared prizes at this year's School of Chemistry Postgraduate Symposium. Eduards Krumins was awarded the Barker Prize for his talk on "Synthesis of Novel Polymers for Selective Laser Sintering". L. Scott Blankenship was awarded the Dan Eley Prize for his talk on "Improving understanding of the relationship between porosity and CO2 capacity of carbons".
Congratulations to all the winners!
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