The prize is awarded annually to a woman who is within three years of completing her undergraduate degree in physics and who is either working as a physicist or is engaged in postgraduate study.
Find out more about the award on iop.org and potentially even enter: http://www.iop.org/activity/groups/subject/wip/prize/page_40704.html
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