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Best performing Science students recognised at awards ceremony

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The top Forensic Science and Chemistry students at the University of South Wales have been recognised at a special awards ceremony during Graduation this week.

A total of 10 prizes were awarded to those who have consistently achieved excellent grades throughout their studies, as well as those who had produced exemplary final year projects or performed very well on work placements. – BSc Forensic Science student Christina Langford won three prizes, for the Best Performing Final Year Student, The Chartered Society of Forensic Sciences Accredited University Prize and the Royal Society of Chemistry South East Wales Local Section Prize for the Best Performing Student in Advanced Analytical Chemistry in the Final Year; – BSc Forensic Biology student Jasmine Hunt won the Biotage Prize for the Best Performing Final Year Student; – BSc Forensic Chemistry student Robert Furmage won the Forensic Focus Prize for the Best Performing Final Year Student; – BSc Chemistry student Rhiannon Chalmers-Brown won the Royal Society of Chemistry – South East Wales Local Section Prize for Best Final Year BSc Chemistry Project; – BSc (Hons) Pharmaceutical Science student Rebecca Tostevin won the Penn Pharma Prize for the Best Final Year Project, with Taylor Crawford as the runner-up; – BSc (Hons) Pharmaceutical Science student Christopher Turner won the PCI Prize for the Best Performing Final Year Student; – BSc (Hons) Forensic Science with Criminology student Zara Batten won a Certificate of Excellence.

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