Vice-Chancellor's Impact Award 2014
4 December 2014
Academics from the Faculty of Science won the Vice-Chancellor's Impact Award 2014 for their work on reducing risks to aviation following the Eyjafjallajökull eruption in 2010.
Dr Matthew Watson, Dr Andrew Hogg, Professor Steve Sparks, Professor Willy Aspinall, Dr Jeremy Phillips & Dr Mark Woodhouse from the Faculty of Science won the Vice-Chancellor’s Impact Award 2014 for their work on reducing risks to aviation from airborne volcanic ash following the Eyjafjallajökull eruption in 2010.
The Vice Chancellor’s Impact Award recognises innovative research that benefits society by enhancing quality of life, health and creative output, increasing the effectiveness of policy-making or public services or fostering economic success.