Latest News—27th September 2018: Hamilton, New Zealand


Winner of the 2018 Hamilton City Council Emerging Scientist of the Year at The Kudos Science Awards

At the 2018 Kudos Awards gala dinner, Dr. Gill was awarded the Hamilton City Council Emerging Scientist of the Year at The Kudos Awards. This was summarised on the Waikato Story website:

"Global expert and analytical chemist, Dr. Brendon Gill was awarded the Hamilton City Council Emerging Scientist Award for his work supporting the quality of infant nutritional formulas. His work has been critical to success in a number of highly regulated markets and two of Dr Gill's methods are now international benchmarks for this type of chemical analysis."Waikato Story


The Kudos Awards 27th September 2018The Kudos Awards Video













Congratulations to all the winners** and finalists:

WINTEC Secondary Science Teacher/Educator Award
  Andrea Soanes, University of Waikato**
  Jared Carpendale, Hamilton Boys High School

Hill Laboratories Laboratory Technician Award
  Sarah Hailes, NIWA
  Kathleen Dabell, University of Waikato**
  Brett Nichol, University of Waikato

Hamilton City Council Emerging Scientist Award
  Dr. Richard Bulmer, NIWA
  Dr. Brendon Gill, Fonterra**

Simcro Engineering Science Award
  Dr. Aydin Berenjian & Dr Mostafa Seifan, University of Waikato
  Dr. James Carson, University of Waikato**

Kudos Science Trust Agricultural Science Award
  LIC Space Team, LIC
  Ruakura Plant Pathology Team, Plant & Food Research**

Waikato Regional Council Environmental Science Award
  Dr. Corrine Watts, Landcare Research**
  Te Kuwaha o Taihoro Nukurangi (National Centre of Maori Environmental Research) NIWA

Waikato DHB Medical Science Award
  Dr. Tim Edwards, University of Waikato
  Dr. Jonni Koia, University of Waikato
  Mike Kaplan MD, PhD, Waikato DHB**

University of Waikato Lifetime Achievement Award
  Dr.  Philip Elmer**



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