Russell Balster wins the 2012 CEMAS Prize

Russell Balster has won the 2012 CEMAS Prize for the most improved performance in his final examinations.  Russell obtained a first-class MChem degree in Chmeistry and is now going on to study for a PhD.  The photograph shows him receiving the prize on a visit to the CEMAS (CEM Analytical Services) Laboratories at Ascot. 










The photograph shows from left-to-right:

Michael Eustace, CEMAS Chairman, Dr Alan Jutsum, CEMAS Managing Director, Russell Balster, winner of the CEMAS prize and Professor Matthew Almond, School Director of Teaching and Learning

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