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Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology

 
TRC Fox Prize and North Carolina State University Prize

Two prizes have been awarded to students who have just completed Part IIB of the Chemical Engineering course and who will now graduate with an MEng. The TRC Fox Prize was awarded to Khoon Teh, from Churchill College, and the North Carolina State University Prize was awarded to Ray Fan, from Magdalene College.

The Fox Prize is awarded by the Part IIB Examiners of the Chemical Engineering Tripos to the candidate who has shown the greatest distinction in the examination. The North Carolina State University Prize is awarded by the Part IIB Examiners of the Chemical Engineering Tripos to the candidate who has shown distinction in the performance of original project work in the form of theoretical or experimental investigation.

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