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June 22nd, 2005

Top Young Scientists Named at Awards Ceremony

A Canterbury University PhD student, Shelley Scott, has been named the overall MacDiarmid Awards runner-up, for her research into developing new methods of creating nanostructures for a wide range of medical, scientific and commercial applications.


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