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Ted Roberts wins Bronze prize at STEM for BRITAIN

Ted Roberts (left) wins the Bronze prize in the Biological Sciences competition

10 March 2020

Biochemistry PhD students, Ted Roberts and Henry Stennett, attend the final of 2020 STEM for BRITAIN.

The final of the 2020 STEM for BRITAIN event took place at Portcullis House, Westminster on Monday 9th March 2020.

Ted Roberts (Toye lab) and Henry Stennett (Race lab) from the School of Biochemistry attended the event and presented posters of their research.

We are very pleased to announce that Ted Roberts won the Bronze prize in the Biological Sciences subject competition. Congratulations Ted!

The competition attracts over 500 entrants, of whom approximately one third are selected to present their work in Parliament. The prestigious annual event is attended by a significant number of Members of Parliament and Peers.

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STEM for BRITAIN exists to raise the profile of Britain's early-stage researchers at Westminster by engaging Members of both Houses of Parliament with current science, engineering and mathematics research being undertaken in the UK. Usually around 100 Parliamentarians attend the day.

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