Professor Barry Potter has been awarded the Royal Society of Chemistry Chemical Biology Medal 2007

Professor Barry PotterFMedSci has won the 2007 Royal Society of Chemistry Award & Medal in Chemical Biology.

Professor Potter won the award for "outstanding contributions to fundamental and applied research at the chemistry-biology interface".

Through this industrially sponsored award series, the Royal Society of Chemistry “bestows the highest accolade on members of the chemical science community”.

The award, which is presented every two years, is judged upon published work and the results of the 2007 award were announced last month.

For more information, please visit the RSC website.

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