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Graham Lake to receive Charles Goodyear Medal. (People in the News).

During the 162nd Fail Technical Meeting, the Rubber Division selected four individuals to receive Rubber Division Science & Technology Awards.

Graham Lake, visiting professor at the University of East London, was selected to receive the prestigious Charles Goodyear Medal. This medal is awarded for outstanding invention, innovation or development, which resulted in significant change or contribution to the rubber industry. As the recipient of this award, he will be asked to deliver a lecture covering the back ground, development, implementation and commercialization of his invention or innovation pertinent to the award. He was the principal physicist for the Malaysian Rubber Producers Association. He is internationally recognized as a leading researcher on the failure of rubber and rubber products. He received the 1995 Colwyn Medal from the Institute of Materials in London, and his publications are among the most cited references in rubber technical literature.
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Date:Dec 1, 2002
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