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Professor Alex Halliday, Head of MPLS, has been awarded the Oxburgh Medal for 2015, on behalf of the Institute of Measurement and Control.

Taking its name from Lord Oxburgh, KBE, President of the Institute until recently, the Medal is awarded for contributions to measurement, instrumentation and control in the field of environmental science and engineering that are of outstanding merit.

The award is in recognition of Professor Halliday's work in developing and using new mass spectrometry techniques to understand the processes controlling a multitude of environmental systems.

Professor Halliday said, “I am absolutely delighted to receive this award and feel particularly honoured given that it is named after Lord Oxburgh".

Professor Halliday will be presented with his award at the Presidential Lecture and Learned Awards Evening on 29 October in London.