Awarded for papers published/or contribution/or achievement in the field of marine/automobile internal combustion engines.
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Clerk joined George Marks as a partner in the patent company of Marks & Clerk in 1882, which is now a major international player in patents and intellectual property law. An authority on internal combustion engines, he led engineering research during the First World War. Clerk was appointed director of engineering research for the British Admiralty in 1916 and was knighted in 1917. He died in Surrey, England.
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