Many congratulations to five members of the Department who have received awards in this year's Academic Promotions exercise, to take effect from 1 October 2013:
Professor Jenny Clack awarded Glasgow Geological Society's T. Neville George medal; Dr Henry Disney awarded Honorary Membership to the Freshwater Biological Association
The Department is delighted to congratulate Sir John Gurdon on the award of this year's Nobel prize for medicine, announced on 8th October 2012.
Many congratulations to Tim Clutton-Brock on the award of the 2012 Darwin Medal of the Royal Society.
Many congratulations to Claire Spottiswoode, who has been awarded one of this year's four L'Oreal "Women in Science" Fellowships for her work on the genetics of mimicry in Cuckoo eggs.
The Department is delighted to announce that Torsten Krude has been awarded one of this years Pilkington Teaching Prizes, in recognition of excellence in teaching at the University.
The department is delighted to offer its congratulations to Dr Rebecca Kilner, who has been awarded a Zoological Society of London Scientific Medal.
The Department offers its congratulations to Professor Andrew Balmford who has become the latest member of the Department to be made a Fellow of the Royal Society.
Zoology graduates have again done exceptionally well in various poster competitions recently.
The department is delighted to offer its congratulations to Professor Ron Laskey, who was awarded a CBE in the New Year's Honours list this year for his services to Science.
This photograph, taken by Tim Cockerill a PhD student in the Department's Insect Ecology Group, was a runner-up in the British Ecological Society Photographic Competition 2010.
Dr Tom Fayle has been awarded the Alfred Russel Wallace prize by the Royal Entomological Society for his studies of the ant community structure in a rain forest microcosm.
An image taken in the imaging facility in the department by Barry Denholm in Helen Skaer’s group has been nominated as a finalist in the Genetics Society of America Annual Drosophila image competition.
Zoology graduates scooped a couple of prizes in the Graduate School of Life Sciences Poster and Images competition earlier this week keeping up our excellent record.
Congratulations to two students from the Department, who have recently received awards from the Zoological Society of London.
An image of a tiny ant carrying 100 times its own body weight - while hanging upside down from a glass-like surface – has scooped first prize in the inaugural Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) science photo competition.