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August 1st, 2007
When Dr Molly Stevens New Window received congratulatory emails from the scientific community, the immense honour of winning the prestigious Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain's 2006 Conference Science Medal really hit home.
Dr Stevens, from Imperial College's Department of Materials, was recognised for her work in regenerative medicine, nanotechnology and tissue transplantation. It is the first time in the 40-year history of the award that a female scientist has been given the honour. A fact relayed to her, via email, by other female scientists.
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