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Painstaking research is commended by forensic science industry.

Anglia Ruskin University's Faculty of Science and Technology has awarded three students its annual, industry-sponsored prizes for projects undertaken within the area of forensic science and chemistry study.

The undergraduate students from the Department of Forensic Science and Chemistry in Cambridge were awarded the prizes in recognition of the high quality of their final year dissertations. The Forensic Science Service, Gardiner's Associates and the Royal Society of Chemistry each donated this year's prizes.

Victoria Travers, (from Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire) a student graduating with a BSc (Hons) Forensic Science, picked up the Forensic Science Service prize for the best undergraduate thesis in forensic science for her study of evidence that can be collected from a bath surface after a victim has bathed using a new Evidence Recovery System. The prize, which is the only award presented by the Forensic Science Service for an undergraduate thesis in the UK, was presented by Dr. David Reardon, General Manager of the Huntingdon Forensic Science Laboratory.

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Prof Mike Cole, Dr David Reardon and Victoria Travers.