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:: Rahal Wins the JKMRC Morley Prize
David Rahal has won the 2001 Ian Morley prize. Rahal is a postgraduate researcher at the University of Queensland's Julius Kruttschnitt Mineral Research Center (JKMRC). He won the award for his master's degree research on the effects of a fluorosurfactant in fine grinding using a stirred mill. The university's deputy vice-chancellor, Paul Greenfield, presented the $3,000 prize.
According to Greenfield, Rahal developed one of the most accurate laboratory grinding circuits ever instructed at the JKMRC. Rahal is currently a PhD student and a member of JKMRC's block-caving research team.
The prize acknowledges students who have excelled academically and have also made a significant contribution to the social life of the JKMRC.
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