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No 6206

Wednesday 1 December 2010

Vol cxli No 10

pp. 261–288

Awards, etc.

H. E. Woodman Prize

Ph.D. supervisors are invited to submit nominations for the H. E. Woodman Prize for the best Ph.D. or M.Phil. thesis submitted to the University of Cambridge in 2010 that is relevant to the chemistry of foods. Nominations should include a copy of the thesis abstract, a list of publications based on the work described in the thesis, and a statement – 400 words or less – describing the impact of the thesis work and the basis of its relevance to the chemistry of foods. The value of the prize will be around £300 or any other value thought appropriate that is equal to or less than the spendable income and capital of the fund. The Prize is awarded by the Professors of Botany (Regius) and Genetics and nominations by supervisors should be sent to Ombretta Orsini (email in the Department of Plant Sciences by 18 January 2011.

Visiting Fellowship at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand

The details of the Fellowship published in the Awards, Funds, Studentships, and Prizes special edition of the Reporter (5 November 2010, p. 110, have been amended.

Completed applications must now be submitted no later than 30 April 2011, and due to the relocation of the International Office, please refer to their website for up-to-date address details (