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BBSRC DTP student wins Biochemical Society award

19 October 2021

Congratulations to Madeleine Ball for winning the Biochemical Society Science Communication 1st Prize in the Postgraduate Category for her 'Sonic the Hedgehog and the Brain' presentation video. About the Award Each year the Biochemical Society looks to identify and celebrate outstanding science communicators with an annual...

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Recent Publication: Chris Micklem (2018 cohort) – Cell Press iScience

12 October 2021

Congratulations to Chris Micklem, 2018 cohort PhD student on the BBSRC DTP Programme, for publishing the Review Article ‘ Cut the noise or couple up: Coordinating circadian and synthetic clocks ’ in Cell Press iScience . Chris and his Supervisor, James Locke, discuss how circadian clocks across the Tree of Life are...

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BBSRC DTP Symposium 2021

BBSRC DTP Symposium 2021

11 August 2021

The annual BBSRC DTP Symposium took place virtually in July where DTP PhD students showcased their excellent research on a variety of topics spanning the BBSRC’s 5 core strategic themes. The audience also heard from some great guest speakers, while two career panels discussed career opportunities outside of academia.

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Yeorgia Argirou - Monogram early career excellence award

BBSRC DTP student wins Monogram early career excellence award

30 July 2021

Yeorgia Argirou has won the Monogram early career excellence award - awarded annually to young scientists researching small grain cereals and grasses – for her work on the use of novel genetic diversity in hybrid wheat.

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BBSRC DTP student won the Young Entrepreneur Scheme competition with her team

10 May 2021

The Young Entrepreneur Scheme is a global competition developed to raise awareness of how ideas from science and engineering are commercialised. University teams develop a business plan for a start-up company based on a hypothetical but plausible idea.

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Harriet Bartlett

BBC Radio 4’s Farming Today interviewed Harriet Bartlett (Cohort 2017)

18 November 2020

Harriet’s research is focused on figuring out the best ways to farm for people, the planet and pigs! There is growing evidence that land sparing (increasing yields on existing farm land and sparing intact habitat for nature) would have the best biodiversity outcomes.

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Outstanding Student Contribution to Education Awards 2020

9 October 2020

Congratulations to Hamish Symington and Laura Taylor (BBSRC DTP Cohort 2017) for the Highly Commended Award in the category of Peer Support.

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Recent Publication: David Willer (2016) - Frontiers in Nutrition

22 July 2020

Congratulations to David Willer, 2016 cohort PhD student in the BBSRC DTP Programme, for publishing the article 'Vitamin Bullets. Microencapsulated Feeds to Fortify Shellfish and Tackle Human Nutrient Deficiencies' in Frontiers in Nutrition.

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Recent Publication: David Willer (2016) - Nature Food

10 July 2020

Congratulations to David Willer, 2016 cohort PhD student in the BBSRC DTP Programme, for publishing the article 'Sustainable bivalve farming can deliver food security in the tropics' in Nature Food.

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FAQs and Advice during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak

25 March 2020

Please check our FAQs and Advice during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak here . You can also find further information available on the University’s dedicated coronavirus webpages .

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