Dols travel awards  - spring 2016

  • DoLS awarded 64% of the applications in the first round of 2016 Travel Awards. Many Congratulations to all the winners: Rita Berkachy (Kleoniki Gounaris), Delfim Duarte (Cristina Lo Celso), Bernardo Garcia Carreras & Sofia Sal Bregua (Samraat Pawar), Ghosh Dipankar (Patrik Jones), Laura Johnson (Tim Barraclough), Burak Kabasakal (James Murray), Inma Perez Dorado (Ernesto Cota Segura) and Joe Yu (Pietro Spanu).

DOLS TRAVEL AWARDS - autumn 2015

  • DoLS awarded 50% of the applications for the second round of 2015 Travel Awards. Many Congratulations to all the winners:  Christ Furniss (Abigail Clements) – attended the EMBO New Approaches and Concepts in Microbiology, Oct, Germany - read reportSam Lloyd (Andrew Knight) - attended the Symposium of Contemporary Conservation Practice, Nov, KZN South Africa; Corinna Mattheis (Gad Frankel) – attended the attending the EMBO New Approaches and Concepts in Microbiology, Oct, Germany - read reportSarah Rouse (Steve Matthews)  - will attend the 60th Annual Biophysical Society Meeting, Los Angeles, USA.

DoLS ATHENA SWAN

  • The results of the Athena SWAN applications have been published – great news  - we were successful in renewing our Bronze Award for the next three years! All staff are invited to celebrate our success over lunch on the 6 Nov 12-1 pm in Flowers Building Foyer, SK Campus. 

DoLS Travel Awards - Spring 2015

  • DoLS awarded 50% of the applications for the first round of 2015 Travel Awards! Many congratulations to all the winners - Jackie Cheung ( Gloria Rudenko), Andrea Fantuzzi (Bill Rutherford), Isabel Fenton (Andy Purvis), Ville Friman (Thomas Bell), Mathilde Gendrin (George Christophides), Marius Kaucikas (Jasper van Thor), Cecilia Larrosa (E.J. Milner-Gulland), Dave Uygun (Bill Wisden), Sietse van der Linde (Martin Bidartondo) and Rachel Vaux (Murray Selkirk).  

Stevenson Fund

  • Lily Wong Le, a first year biophysics PhD Student at Life Sciences, is one of the four winners of the first awards from the  Stevenson Fund that will make availale annually three bursaries of up to a a value of £7,500 eacg for female stundents from Imperial College to undertake an international research placement of up to a maximum of three months with a leading female scientist in a similar institution.  Lily will be undertakign a research placement wtih Prof Susan Ferro-Novick at the University of California. Many congratulations!