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Applications open for Research Output Prize 2018

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Applications are now open for the Research Output Prize 2018, which recognise and celebrate excellent research carried out by early career researchers.

One prize will be awarded per research theme at the meeting of University Court in March 2018.

Researchers may submit their own work or can be nominated by their Research Division Leader, and one output per Division will be put forward for consideration for the prize. 

The deadline for submission is Friday, 2 February 2018. If you would like to submit/nominate an output for consideration, it is recommended that you contact your Research Division Leader in advance.

 Photo caption: Last year’s Research Output prize winners with Prof Steve Mithen, Lord Waldegrave, and Sir David BellLast year's winners included Dr Sandrine Claus, from Food, for her research that mapped the metabolism of a chicken and showed how changes to chicken feed could improve meat and egg quality and reduce costs.

Also successful was Biological Sciences' Dr Manabu Sakamoto, whose paper - rated the 50th most influential study of 2016 - resolved a long-standing debate as to whether dinosaurs were already in evolutionary decline before the asteroid strike which ultimately wiped them out.

Full details can be found in the award guidelines. If you have any questions, please contact the Research Dean's Office at

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