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NBU attend a BBSRC DRINC event and Roya Shahrokni is awarded a prize for best poster

Roya Shahrokni and Natalie Evans at DRINC 2017.

3 November 2017

On the 1st November, NBU attended the BBSRC DRINC Event where Roya Shahrokni was awarded a prize for the best poster.

On the 1st - 2nd November, NBU Researchers attended the fifteenth dissemination event of the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) Diet and Health Research Industry Club (DRINC) in Manchester. 

Dani Ferriday delivered an excellent presentation on the Nudge150 project. Natalie Evans and Roya Shahrokni presented posters of their research at the meeting as well. 

A special congratulations to Roya who won the prize of best poster at the meeting. Her poster was entitled "Enhancing meal enjoyment: Evaluating the effects of flavour intensity and hedonic labelling". The prize was awarded because, in the opinion of the judges, it demonstrated the most effective communication of research results and their significance to DRINC. 

Further information

For further information on the Nutrition and Behaviour Unit at the School of Experimental Psychology please see here