Michael Faraday Prize

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The Michael Faraday Prize of the Royal Society has been awarded since 1986 scientific annually for public display findings in the UK. It is associated with a silver medal and is endowed with 2500 pounds. The winner will hold a lecture in January of the following year at which the medal will be awarded. It is named after the physicist Michael Faraday , who was known for his public lectures.

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