Awards

January 31, 1997

Institute of Physics

Glazebrook Medal and Prize: Alexander Donachie, dean of the faculty of science at University of Manchester, in recognition of his outstanding contribution to the organisation of science.

Guthrie Medal and Prize: John Baldwin, professor of radio astronomy, Cavendish Laboratory, University of Cambridge.

Paul Dirac Medal and Prize: Peter Higgs, professor of theoretical physics, University of Edinburgh.

Charles Vernon Boys Medal and Prize: Roger Forty, research physicist, CERN, Geneva.

Bragg Medal and Prize: Timothy Hickson, second master and head of physics, The King's School, Worcester.

Charles Chree Medal and Prize: John Coey, professor of experimental physics, Trinity College, Dublin.

Duddell Medal and Prize: Timothy Berners-Lee, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US.

Kelvin Medal and Prize: Brian Delf, course director, MSc in communicating science, Techniquest, Cardiff.

Maxwell Medal and Prize: Michael Wilkinson, senior lecturer in physics, University of Strathclyde.

Paterson Medal and Prize: Charles Elliott and Timothy Ashley, electronics sector, Defence Research Agency, Great Malvern.

Thomas Young Medal and Prize: Keith Burnett, professor of physics, Clarendon Laboratory, University of Oxford.

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