SET for Britain
March 8, 2010
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March 8, 2010
Mark Field MP welcomed early-career researchers from Imperial College to the House of Commons today to compete in the national scientific poster competition, SET for Britain.
SET for Britain is an exhibition of posters by early-stage and early-career research scientists, engineers and technologists. The exhibition gives them the opportunity to present their work to their local MPs and their scientific peers. All posters are entered into a competition and significant cash prizes and medals will be awarded for the poster that best communicates its science.
Mark said, “I was delighted to see my constituents taking part in this competition. The entries were all of an extremely high standard and it was excellent to speak to so many early career scientists with such passion for the work they do. Imperial continues to be a world-class university and it is always an inspiration to see the quality of the students they send to take part in SET for Britain .”
The SET for Britain Poster Exhibition was divided up into three sections, Physical Sciences (Chemistry and Physics) Biological and Biomedical Science; and Engineering with a £3,000 cash prize and medal awarded to the best poster in each category. An overall medal in memory of the competition founder, Dr Eric Wharton, is awarded to the poster judged best across all categories on the day.