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Studentships Scholarships Exhibitions Bursaries and Prizes 209 Postgraduate Awards TUTORIAL STUDENTSHIPS for Regulations see page 183 WOOLDRIDGE MEMORIAL AWARDS for Regulations see page 196 LAYTON SCIENCE RESEARCH PRIZE Founded under the will of Charles Edward Layton former Associate and Member of the Council who left sum of money to assist such students as may in the opinion of the Principal after consultation with the Professorial staff give the best promise of aptitude and genius for original scientific work One or more Prizes to the value of £100 each may be awarded annually The Prize is given for the best promise of aptitude and genius for original scientific work not merely according to success in passing examinations but according to the ability displayed in conducting investigations and solving practical problems and so worthy of encouragement in the public interest Every Layton Prizeman will be required to carry on research work as directed by the Head of his Department either in the College laboratories or elsewhere Any student of the College eligible for Prize must have attended for at least six terms full-time course for first degree No student may be awarded more than one Layton Prize The Principal shall request the Head of each Department in the Faculties of Natural Science Medical Science and Engineering to report on any student in his Department whom he may desire to recommend for Prize The Head of the Department shall furnish report on the career and qualifications of the candidate recommended and the field of proposed research After receiving these reports the Principal shall recommend to the Delegacy candidate or candidates for the Prize or shall state that in his opinion there is no candidate of sufficient merit The Delegacy may out of any surplus income of the funds make grants to Layton Prizeman towards the expenses of travelling and research DANIELL SCHOLARSHIP This Scholarship was founded in 1864 in honour of John Frederick Daniell Professor of Chemistry in King's College from 1831 to 1845 Its object is to encourage the prosecution of original research in Chemistry This Scholarship is of the value of £40 is tenable for one year in the College and is open to every regular student of the College It will be awarded at the end of each session on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of Chemistry The Scholar must undertake to work for higher degree
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