Dr Sabrina Cohen-Hatton and Professor Rob Honey from Cardiff University have been named as BBSRC’s Innovator of the year 2018 - awards that celebrate excellent research which has demonstrated impact. Twelve finalists competed for the title at The Mermaid London last night, 16 May 2018.
This July, the Global Food Security (GFS) programme, hosted by BBSRC, is holding an interdisciplinary sandpit - an intensive discussion forum where free thinking is encouraged. Dr Melanie Collins, International Coordinator and Strategy Manager for GFS, shares how we are working to make sandpits more accessible.
The shortlisted finalists for the 2018 BBSRC Innovator of the Year competition have been announced. Twelve finalists will compete to be named Innovator of the Year 2018 at The Mermaid in London on 16 May 2018.
Come and see who they are and how they feel about being nominated.
We talk to Sarah Cleaveland, OBE, who won last year's BBSRC 'Innovator of the Year' award for International Impact. The work of the Scottish-based vet is credited with having saved hundreds of human lives.
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