Bioscience Prize Award Winners

Cardiff Naturalists' Society is proud to award a annual prize to the student submitting the best 2nd-year fieldwork course report in the Cardiff School of Biosciences, Cardiff University. The Bioscience Prize is awarded annually in memory of our former member Professor Ursula Henriques. In addition to a cheque, the student is given the opportunity to communicate their research to the Society.

Full details of the award and information about Professor Henriques can be found Here

The Bioscience Prize has been supplemented by proceeds from the sale of books from the collection 
of Dr Mary Gillham MBE, which was left to the Society. More information about Dr Gillham can be found Here

2022
Cerys Vick
For her work
"Does Impatiens glandulifera have an effect on the biodiversity in its surrounding areas along urban waterways in Cardiff?"

2021
Lottie Moreland
For her work on
"The effect of climate on the reproductive success of different passerine birds"

2020
Francesca Rowlands
For her work on
"Parrot fish foraging on coral reefs in Tobago"

2019
Oonah Lessware
For her work entitled
"An assessment of coral reef fish assemblages and how they may shift towards or away from specialism in response to coral damage, bleaching or death"

2018
Zoe Watts
For her work entitled
"The Secret Cleaners of the Reef"

2017
For her work entitled
"The biological and environmental factors that govern the 'soundtrack' of the secondary lowland tropical rainforest surrounding Danau Girang Field Centre"

2016
Poppy Mynard
For her work entitled
"The diversity of wood decay fungi in Sabah, Malaysia"

2015
For her work entitled
"Who's biting me? An investigation into the effects of environment on mosquito diversity and abundance"

2014
Alex J. Mullins
For his work entitled
"Investigation into the impact of tree diversity on the remaining woodland community"

2013
Imogen Fox
For her work entitled
"Social Grooming in Long Tailed Macaque Societies (Sabah, Borneo)"
2012
Zigmunds Orlovskis
For his work entitled
"Effects of Autochthonous and Allochthonous Primary Production on the Diversity of Invertebrate Feeding Guilds in a River Ecosystem"

2011
Zalina Bashir Ali
For her work entitled
 "The Effects of Cleaning Stations on Dark Damselfish Territorial Behaviour"




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