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THE AWARDS 2019- Outstanding Technician of the year.

This year, technicians will be recognised in the biggest celebration of UK higher education – the Times Higher Education (THE) Awards. The event will showcase outstanding work across a wide range of university activity, demonstrating excellence across our sector. Today Outstanding Technician of the year opens for entries. The award, sponsored by the Technician Commitment , will be given to an individual whose exceptional practical skills, commitment and vision have enabled the highest quality of teaching, research or knowledge transfer. The award is open to technicians working in any discipline in UK universities and research institutes. Entries will be accepted from institutions, individuals themselves, their colleagues or students and close on 5 June 2019. Judges will be looking for evidence of a technician’s essential contribution and would like to hear examples of outstanding work during the 2017-2018 academic year. Outstanding Technician of the Year will be presented at THE Awards on 28 November in London,for further information or to enter please follow this link: Outstanding Technician of the Year

Thu 11 April 2019, 13:44

Facilities and Technician Showcase

22nd May 2019, Physics Concourse and PLT

We will be showcasing the wide variety of facilities available at Warwick and the fantastic work our technical staff do through a series of short talks and a networking poster session.

Coffee and cake will be provided in the network session, so please register to attend here to help with catering!

The showcase is aimed at any researchers (Masters to PI) that wish to find out the latest developments in technology and what our technical staff are working on, technical staff who wish to see what happens in other departments and anyone who is interested more generally in the sciences at Warwick.

Tue 02 April 2019, 11:16

Papin Prizes 2019- Shortlist success

A big congratulations and a huge well done to the following three Warwick Technicians who have been shortlisted for Papin Prizes this year:

Steven Huband-shortlisted for core facility.

Steven Hindmarsh-shortlisted for core facility.

Ian Hands-Portman-shortlisted for core facility and outreach.

The shortlisting is well deserved and we wish them all the best of luck at HETS 2019 where the winners will be announced. Please show your support to the three nominees by signing up to attend HETS 2019 on the 25th June at University of Birmingham. Registration is free and open, to register please use the below link:



Steven Huband


Steven Hindmarsh


Ian Hands-Portman

Tue 19 March 2019, 11:25

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