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Graduate poster competition winners

last modified Aug 08, 2013 02:38 PM
Zoology graduate students have recently been very successful in a variety of poster competitions.

 

Departmental Seminar Day
Winner - Chris Bird (Sub-Department of Animal Behaviour) Tool use in the rook (Corvus frugilegus)
Runner up - Karin Moll (Insect Biomechanics Workgroup) Balancing Acrobats: Grass-Carrying Ants avoid Falling Over by Controlled Head Movements

Graduate School of Life Sciences
Best 1st year PhD/MPhil poster - Karin Moll (Insect Biomechanics Workgroup) Balancing Acrobats: Grass-Carrying Ants avoid Falling Over by Controlled Head Movements
Best overall poster - James Bullock (Insect Biomechanics Workgroup) How do Insects Both Attach to and Detach from Smooth Surfaces?
Best image - Thomas Endlein (Insect Biomechanics Workgroup)

SET for Britain A nationwide competition for early-stage and early-career research scientists, engineers and technologists. For more details visit their website
Runner-up, Biological and Biomedical Sciences - James Bullock (Insect Biomechanics Workgroup) Friction Forces in the Hairy Adhesive Pads of Beetles


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