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The Salters' Institute Award

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Mrs Maureen Wade from the Victory Academy accepting her award from Dame Mary Archer, Chairman of the Science Museum and Mr. Alan Wordie, Master of the Salter's Company
The Salter's Institute, founded in 1918, is part of the charity arm of the Salter's Company which is one of the 12 Great Livery Companies of the City of London being in existence prior to it's first licence granted in 1394 by Richard II.
The awards are open to all science technicians working in educational establishments with children up to the age of 18. They are part of an effort for technicians working in this field to be...
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