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Armourers and Brasiers Awards

The Armourers & Brasiers' Company is a Livery Company of the City of London. Founded in 1322 as the Guild of St George of the Armourers, it was awarded its first Royal Charter in 1453 from King Henry VI.  In 1708 the Armourers joined with the Brasiers and the Worshipful Company of Armourers & Brasiers received its current charter from Queen Anne.   Since the 19th Century, the main focus of the company has been its charitable giving.  

Through The Armourers & Brasiers Gauntlet Trust, the company supports general good causes and education and research in materials science and metallurgy. 

In partnership with The Welding Institute, The Armours & Brasiers continues to support and champion excellence and endeavour in the fields of education and research in materials science and metallurgy through awards for achievement and travel grants for young scientists. 

Awards are made annually and presented at The Welding Institute’s Annual Awards Dinner in June. 

The purpose of the awards is to stimulate interest and raise the profile of materials science and metallurgy with a view to engaging young people and promoting the industry.

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Dorothy Winful - PhD Award
Tom Peat - PhD Award
Darren Williams - STEM Award
Aderinkola Alabi, Imanol Martinez Perez, Shengrun Shi, Vasilik Loukodimou, Athanasios Pouchias, Borislava Yordanova, Konstantinos Georgilas, Longjie Wang
Travel Grant Awards