Posts Tagged ‘prize’

Researcher internationally recognised for outstanding work in tobacco control

Silvy Peeters, a member of the Tobacco Control Research Group within the Department for Health, was presented with a Young Investigator Award at the closing ceremony of the 15th World Conference on Tobacco or Health (WCTOH) in Singapore.

KTA Fellow wins prize for Communication in Engineering

Dr Richard Burke won first prize at the IMechE Western Centre Automobile Division Competition: Communication in Engineering 2012, Viscount Weir Prize with a presentation titled: "Dynamic modelling of Diesel engines to reduce harmful emissions".

Holburne Museum in the running to win £100,000

The Holburne Museum in Bath has been longlisted for the Art Fund Prize 2012, the UK’s annual ‘museum of the year’ award, and the biggest prize for arts and cultural organisations in the country. Ten museums in total across the country are in with the chance to win £100,000 and the prestigious award, which will be announced on 19 June 2012.

Barking business plan has big future

Baran Ceylan and Matt Manders have big plans for their business after there company which aims to reduce the cost of keeping track of treasured possessions, won a national competition.

Two BBA students win national competition & internships with PwC

A web marketing consultancy founded by graduates David Kelly and Adam Pope (Business Administration & Computer Science) has won the top award in the Bath & North East Somerset Council Chairman’s Business Awards.

Are you our best research student?

The Ede and Ravenscroft Prize is an annual award for the best postgraduate research student, generously funded by Ede and Ravenscroft, appointed robemakers to HM The Queen. The prize of £1,000 is awarded at a private reception, normally held in early July.

Architecture student's work commended in coveted international award

Nick Shurey, an Architecture student, has been commended in the RIBA Bronze Medal Award for his fourth Year project Monastere de L'Eau de Vie. This is a coveted international prize open to all RIBA accredited schools of architecture.

Distance Learning student awarded Nicholas Pearson Associates prize

Jim Wilkinson, MSc Integrated Environmental Management, has been awarded the Nicholas Pearson Associates prize for the most outstanding Dissertation of 2009/10.

Chemical Engineering graduate wins prestigious Salter's Prize

Final year student Nick Holland (right) has been awarded a prestigious Graduate Prize by the Salters' Institute. Nick is one of five Chemical Engineering students who have been awarded this national prize in 2010.

ACE student shortlisted for UK's largest student architecture prize

Student Nick Shurey (Architecture & Civil Engineering) has been named as a finalist in this year’s 3DReid Student Prize - the UK’s largest student award, which is worth £1,500 to the winner. Nick's proposal was selected by visitors to the practice’s in-office exhibition for the London Festival of Architecture.

Tobias Warnecke wins Ede & Ravenscroft Prize 2010

Tobias Warnecke, a research student from the Department of Biology & Biochemistry, is this year's winner of the Ede & Ravenscroft Prize. Congratulations!

Bath pharmacist wins travelling lectureship

At the winter meeting of the British Pharmacological Society held in London, Dr Alister McNeish was awarded the 2009 Bill Bowman Travelling Lectureship. This prestigious prize is competitively awarded annually to a pharmacologist under the age of 40 to fund a short lecture tour based on their research at two academic venues and one industrial venue.