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19th June 2012

Physics first year wins prestigious national prize

Congratulations to Jesse Liu (2011, Physics) who has won the Institute of Physics’s Environmental Physics Essay Competition.

Mr Liu wrote a 2,000-word essay on the challenges of modelling weather and climate, called ‘Predicting the Unpredictable’. He went on to present to members of the environmental physics group during their annual meeting at the Institute of Physics in London, where he later collected his prize.

Mr Liu later said, “It was incredibly humbling to be given this opportunity to have my writing recognised by and then present in front of experts in the subject.”

You canĀ read more about the environmental physics competition here.

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