Undergraduates students win prizes at BiLT festival
12 May 2021
Undergraduate students from the School did us proud in the recent BiLT festival of undergraduate research. We are delighted to announce that two of our undergraduates won prizes.
- Sofia Velazquez-Pimentel won first prize in the showcase for her animation: Can Greek Mythology Provide a Fresh Perspective on Whether Neuroscientific Evidence on Pair Bonding Can Relate to Romantic Love? which you can watch here
- Katie Cox won a prize for the most insightful comment or question.
Four students gave oral presentations and a further four students submitted their work to the showcase.
The student entries were:
Elizabeth Blyth (Neuroscience)
Katie Cox (Neuroscience)
Rachel Grey (Pharmacology)
Omar Ouret Sorr (Neuroscience)
Ellen Clark (Neuroscience)
Phyllis Tea Qing Yun (Pharmacology)
Sofia Velazquez-Pimentel (Physiological Science)
Callum Young (Neuroscience)
Congratulations to all