We’re delighted to say our highlights video of this year’s RPD is ready to view:
On May 17th, we were taken on a mind enhancing journey from Nanotoxicology to a novel method to detect misfiled alpha-synuclein in Parkinson’s disease at our HQ . It was particularly hard to choose this year’s winner as all presentations had tremendous merit – but we can only have one winner and we chose Joanna Niziolomski from Cranfield University. Joanna aspires to make a significant contribution to the understanding of our natural environment and to ensuring its future sustainability. Her presentation was entitled: “Keeping soil in the field: runoff and erosion management from UK row crops.”
Our thanks to Elizabeth Poskitt who did a sterling job organising it; Ellie Cosgrave, NCW SpeakOut winner and co-founder of Sciencegrrl for presenting our highlights video, and to Southwick Media for filming it. Of course our biggest thanks go to the women who came to present their research and to our panel of judges.
We encourage our members to watch and to share the video with their friends.
The next RPD in Liverpool is due in the autumn.