Peter Griffin posted in emissions • exhaust fumes • nanotechnology • palladium • Prime Minister's Science Prizes on March 9th, 2010.
The winners of the Prime Minister’s Science Awards were announced today, with doctoral student John Watt winning the top emerging scientist category. Watt also won the McDiarmid Young Scientist of the Year award for his research into how palladium nanoparticles could be used to reduce toxic exhaust emissions. An excerpt: (read in full here) “His […]
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