Robert Woodward wins Gold in Physics and Westminster Medal at SET for BRITAIN Competition

L-R: Lord Oxburgh (President, Parliamentary and Scientific Committee); Dr Stephen Benn (Society of Biology and a Vice-President of the Parliamentary and Scientific Committee, Master of Ceremonies on the day); Andrew Miller MP (Chairman, Parliamentary and Scientific Committee); Robert Woodward (Winner of the Gold Award for Physics and of the Westminster Medal); Julian Perfect and Mrs Sue Wharton (widow of Dr Eric Wharton).

L-R: Lord Oxburgh (President, Parliamentary and Scientific Committee); Dr Stephen Benn (Society of Biology and a Vice-President of the Parliamentary and Scientific Committee, Master of Ceremonies on the day); Andrew Miller MP (Chairman, Parliamentary and Scientific Committee); Robert Woodward (Winner of the Gold Award for Physics and of the Westminster Medal); Julian Perfect and Mrs Sue Wharton (widow of Dr Eric Wharton).

 

Mr Robert Woodward, Student Representative and Committee Member of the OSA London Local Section, has won the Gold award in Physics and the overall Westminster Medal at the SET for BRITAIN poster competition held at the House of Commons. The overall aim of SET for BRITAIN is to encourage, support and promote Britain’s early-stage and early-career research scientists, engineers, technologists and mathematicians who are an essential part of continuing progress in and development of UK research and R&D.

Congratulations Rob!

More information on the winners here: http://www.setforbritain.org.uk/2015winners.asp

See Rob’s poster here: http://www.setforbritain.org.uk/psr/P/P-WOODWARD-1710-PSR.pdf

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