Gunning Victoria Jubilee Prize

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The Gunning Victoria Jubilee Prize Lectureship is a quadrennial award made by the Royal Society of Edinburgh to recognise original work done by scientists resident in or connected with Scotland.

The award was founded in 1887 by Dr Robert Halliday Gunning, a Scottish surgeon, entrepreneur and philanthropist who spent much of his life in Brazil.

Awards by a similar name have also been awarded by the University of Edinburgh.

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Source: Royal Society of Edinburgh

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "The Royal Society of Edinburgh Review 2006 (Session 2004-2005)" (PDF). Royal Society of Edinburgh. Retrieved 19 November 2017.