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The SET Awards (Science, Engineering & Technology Student of the Year) are Britain's most important awards for science and technology undergraduates.
The winners of the 2006 awards were announced at a ceremony attended by more than 500 students, academics, and business leaders in London's Royal Courts of Justice. Entries were received from every major university in the United Kingdom and Ireland, and the judges paid tribute to the exceptional quality of this year's work. 45 students were shortlisted in fifteen different categories. In every category where an Imperial student was nominated they managed to win it.
Two such students were Marc Hull and Gabriel Keeble-Gagnere both from the Department of Computing. Marc received the IET Award for the Best IT Student and Gabriel (who is a Joint Maths and Computing student) received both the GKN award for the Science, Engineering & Technology Student of the Year and the Best Mathematics Student judged by the London Mathematical Society and the Institution of Mathematics and its Applications. Our warmest congratulations to both Marc and Gabriel.