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Congratulations to Dr Hugo Williams from the Dept of Engineering
for winning a Superstar Award for 'Best Practice in Inclusive Learning and Teaching' .
Congratulations to Leanne Blount and Nikita Lack from the Dept of Chemistry
on winning an individual Teaching Partnership Award.
Congratulations to Professor Nikolai Brilliantov from the Dept of Maths
on having a paper published in the highly ranking jounal - Phys. Rev X - the paper is entitled 'Born and carry, die and drop: charge relay race in ionic liquids'.
Congratulations to Professor Alexander Gorban & Colleagues from the Dept of Maths
on having a new cover released by Springer entitled "Personality Traits and Drug Consumption"
Congratulations to Laura Ward from the School of GGE
for winning the Sylvester Bradley Prize for Best Geology Talk at the School's research day on 8 May 2019
Congratulations to Cara Wells from the School of GGE
for winning the Geology Poster Prize at the School's research day on 8 May 2019
Congratulations to Tom Newman from the School of GGE
for winning the Geography Prize for Best Geography Talk at the School's research day on 8 May 2019
Congratulations to Tia Ndu from School of GGE
for winning the Geography Post Prize at the School's research day on 8 May 2019
Congratulations to Max Raymer from the School of GGE
for winning the Leicester Institute for Advanced Studies Interdisciplinary Prize at the School's research day on 8 May 2019
Dr Corey Evans and Dr Andrew Hudson from School of GGE
along with collaborators have co-authored a paper entitled 'Parasites under the Spotlight: Applications of vibrational spectroscopy to malaria research'.
Dr Harold Ruiz from the Dept of Engineering
leads a new Newton Fund project in collaboration with Indonesia which aims to support Indonesia's capacity for maintaining and managing their biodiversity.
Dr Matt Burleigh and Dr Emma Longstaff
from the Dept of P&A together with an international group of researchers have identified a rogue planet also nick named the 'Forbidden Planet'.
Professor Jan Zalasiewicz from the School of GGE
features in an article by Nicola Davison entitled "The Anthropocene epoch: have we entered a new phase of planetary history?"
Congratulations to Dr Catherine Russell,
from SGGE on being accepted onto the IAS Early Career Scientist Committee as the UK representative and receiving distinction for her "Supporting Learning in HE" course.
Congratulation to Professor Heiko Balzter
Director of CLCR on being awarded a SPRINT Project: A collaboration between Deep Planet and the University of Leicester.
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