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Prize winning students

Congratulations to Olga Panagiotopoulou and András Gábor Pintér

András, a Gene Time Short Term Fellow won first prize at the Hungarian The Student Research Conference with his talk on the use of Arianta as a potential geochronological tool for dating loess sequences.

Olga Panagiotopoulou a Palaeo Fellow won the Mildred Trotter prize for best presentation on skeletal and dental biology at the annual international meetings of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists. Her poster was entitled “Testing the adaptive significance of the catarrhine symphysis using Finite Element Analysis” (Co-author: Sam Cobb