The College of Life Sciences presents annual awards to celebrate the contribution of early career researchers to scientific research excellence.
2010/2011 Award Recipients:
The Brian Cox Award for Excellence in Public Engagement 2011
- Nicola Stanley Wall
For an exceptional contribution to public engagement and working with schools including the organisation of an event now serves as an exemplary model for researchers throughout the UK.
- Laurie Gay
Chief Co-ordinater, Doors Open Day 2010
For an exceptional contribution to public engagement including the organisation of events and activities that encouraged others to get involved in public engagement.
The Innovator of the Year Award 2010
- Iva Navratilova
SPR Fragment Screening
The Howard Elder Prize 2010
- Craig MacKay
Identification of KIAA1018/FAN1, a DNA Repair Nuclease Recruited to DNA Damage by Monoubiquitinated FANCD2 p65., Craig MacKay, Anne-Cécile Déclais, Cecilia Lundin, Ana Agostinho, Andrew J. Deans, Thomas J. MacArtney, Kay Hofmann, Anton Gartner, Stephen C. West, Thomas Helleday, David M.J. Lilley, John Rouse Cell, 9 July 2010 Vol 142
The Tim Hunt Prize For Cell Biology 2010
- Anna Zagorska
Zagorska, A., Deak, M., Campbell, D. G., Banerjee, S., Hirano, M., Aizawa, S., Prescott, A. R. and Alessi, D. R. (2010). New roles for the LKB1-NUAK pathway in controlling myosin phosphatase complexes and cell adhesion. Sci Signal. 3, pp. ra25
About College of Life Sciences Honours and Awards:
The Howard Elder Prize
The Brian Cox Award for Excellence in Public Engagement
The award recognises the achievements of a member of or a team within CLS that has demonstrably communicated scientific research to a non-specialist audience enhancing their understanding of science.
The Innovator of the Year Award
A new award recognising the achievements of a member or a team within CLS that has demonstrably achieved scientific, technical or commercial innovation, delivering results in the award year.
The Tim Hunt Prize For Cell Biology