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UCL postdoc Emma Chapman wins Very Early Career Woman Physicist Award

24 October 2014

Postdoctoral research fellow Emma Chapman has won the Very Early Career Woman Physicist of the Year Award, which is conferred by the IOP’s Women in Physics Group (WIPG)

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