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2022 SEAC PhD Science Communication Award Winner Announced


Every year SEAC awards one of our funded PhD Students an award for effective Science Communication.

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Since 2015 we have given an award to recognise the PhD students able to convey their science using the most clear, engaging and impactful communication for a scientific/technical (non-expert) audience.In 2021 we updated the remit of this by asking the students to produce a short video of their PhD research (3-5 minutes) explaining their science (e.g. project, aims and/or findings).

The winner and runner-up of the 2022 Award were:

Integrating omics, imaging, and informatics to develop physiology-based kinetic (PBK) models for perturbation biology in an invertebrate model species by Jacob Joe Collins – Birmingham University (Winner)


Modelling the oral microbiome by Jay Singh Sangha – University of Newcastle (runner-up)

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