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Professor Jenny Clack awarded the Palaeontological Association's Lapworth Medal

last modified Dec 18, 2015 04:02 PM

The Palaeontological Association has awarded the Lapworth Medal to Emeritus Professor Jenny Clack.  This is the society’s most prestigious award and is a life-time achievement award, for "a palaeontologist who has made a significant contribution to the science by means of a substantial body of research”.

http://www.palass.org/awards-grants/awards/lapworth-medal

The Lapworth Medal is awarded by the Council of the Palaeontological Association to a palaeontologist who has made a significant contribution to the science by means of a substantial body of research.  This medal is not normally awarded on the basis of a few good papers as the Council looks for some breadth as well as depth in the contributions in choosing suitable candidates.

 

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