We've got the first winner of our Sparrho Early Career Researcher Prize in 2020!



Sparrho awards £300 to PhD students and postdocs to attend an academic conference of their choice. Today we introduce our first winner of the Sparrho Early Career Researcher Prize in 2020 - congratulations to Ibikunle Olaleru!

Ibikunle Olaleru - 1000x1000Our warmest congrats to Ibikunle Olaleru who will bag our £300 conference grant which will help him to present at the 12th World Rabbit Congress 2020 in Nantes, France. 🇫🇷 

Ibikunle is a PhD candidate at the Ibadan University, Nigeria, who specialises in agricultural biochemistry & nutrition. His goal is to improve livestock productivity by enhancing their nutrition with composite sweet potato meals.

Read more about Ibikunle's research:

"Performance of rabbits fed two composite sweepotato meal".

Are you a PhD or postdoc keen to share your research at a conference? Learn more about the £300 Sparrho Researcher Prize.


 

Big cheers to our four runner ups of January 🙌

Intracellular Survival of Mycobacterium tuberculosis by an Antacid Defense by Jeffrey Buter

The Upanishadic theory of action by Aditya Angiras

Kill Switch – a novel technology to knockdown viral infections by Rekha Kandaswamy

Epigenetic basis of variable response to exercise training by Macsue Jacques


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