Applied X-ray spectroscopy

Anna wins the 2020 Joseph Black Award

Anna has been awarded the 2020 Joseph Black Award by the Royal Society of Chemistry “For outstanding contributions to the development and application of X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy in the area of electronic materials and devices.

You can find more information and an answer to why Anna loves Thallium on the awards pages of the RSC.

We also want to express special congratulations to our collaborators and friends who were awarded prizes yesterday including Dr Camille Petit, Imperial College London (Barrer Award) and Dr Thomas Bennett, University of Cambridge (Harrison-Meldola Memorial Prize) as well as colleagues at UCL, including Prof Richard Catlow (Faraday Lectureship Prize), Hayley Simon (Ronald Belcher Award), and Prof Angelos Michaelides (Surfaces and Interfaces Award).

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