Awards

July 10, 1998

University of Strathclyde

Neville Baker, department of mechanical engineering, has been awarded the higher doctorate degree, doctor of science, for his work on processing, microstructure and properties of alloys and composites.

Ingres Site of the Year Award

The 1998 award, run by Computer Associates International, USA was presented to the University of St Andrews and accepted by Hania Allen and Chris Wimlett, project managers of a team based in the university's IT services unit.

European Society of Human Genetics

The title of young scientist of the year was awarded in Lisbon to Ian Findlay, University of Leeds, in recognition of his work on DNA fingerprinting and genetic diagnosis in human embryo cells.

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