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Winners of the Natural Systems and Processes Poster competition announced

21 March 2012

With support from the Cabot Institute, all Bristol University postgraduates studying natural systems and processes were invited to an afternoon poster session aimed at increasing inter-departmental connections and exchanging new ideas across our interlinked disciplines. The winners of this year’s poster session were selected from over 120 posters.

With support from the Cabot Institute, all Bristol University postgraduates studying natural systems and processes were invited to an afternoon poster session aimed at increasing inter-departmental connections and exchanging new ideas across our interlinked disciplines.

The winners of this year’s poster session were selected from over 120 posters.

Staff prize: Susan Little - The Isotopic Mass Balance of Zinc in the Oceans

Runner-up: Jessica McLachlan - Begging for Complexity?

Student prize: Stephan Lautenschlager - Cranial Myology of Erlikosaurus andrewsi Visualised in Three Dimensions

Runner-up: Susan Little - The Isotopic Mass Balance of Zinc in the Oceans

Oral prize: Anna Davies - Behavioural and Physiological Indicators of Motivation during Animal Decision-Making

Runner-up: Broderick Coburn - Venus Flytrap – A Bistable Orthotropic Shell Structure

Research Masters: Jamie MacLaren - Supersized Shape-Shifters: Morphological Disparity of Dinosaur Jaws

1st Year: Taraka Davies-Barnard - Climate Cooling and Yield Increase from Natural Variations in Wheat Reflectance

2nd Year: Katy Orford - Engineering Biodiversity: The Implications of Grassland Management on Pollinator Communities

3rd + Year: Paul Hope - An Entrained Circadian Cycle of Peak Activity in a Population of Hibernating Bats

 

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