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Portsmouth-Kyoto researchers accept award at Royal Society

Researchers from Kyoto and Portsmouth universities attended an award ceremony at the Royal Society, London, on Thursday 2nd December. They made it to the event, despite unusually heavy snowfalls in Hampshire overnight, to accept the Daiwa Adrian Prize 2010 for their collaborative work on the non-linear evolution of density and pressure waves in the early universe. From left to right: Prof David Wands, Prof Marie Conte-Helm, Lady Adrian, Prof Misao Sasaki and Dr Marco Bruni at the Daiwa Adrian Prize award ceremony at the Royal Society.From left to right: Prof David Wands, Prof Marie Conte-Helm, Lady Adrian, Prof Misao Sasaki and Dr Marco Bruni at the Daiwa Adrian Prize award ceremony at the Royal Society. The Daiwa Anglo-Japanese foundation [http://www.dajf.org.uk/] awards the prizes triennially. The award of £10,000 will be used to support research visits and meetings. Marco Bruni and Misao Sasaki and the snow outside Buckingham PalaceMarco Bruni and Misao Sasaki and the snow outside Buckingham Palace