Do you know someone studying A-level biology?
Monday 24 September 2007
Then tell them about the Prince Philip Prize and Marsh Christian Trust Award, which is awarded annually for studies in animal biology.
Entrants should submit an account of practical work involving some aspect of animal biology (e.g. behaviour, physiology or ecology). Projects should be of region of 3000 words and illustrated, and should be of a standard comparable with an A-level project or Higher. Entrants must be under 19 years of age and must be/have been pupils of a school or college in Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Head teachers and senior science staff are asked to co-operate by selecting entries of an appropriate standard. An entry may be the work of one individual or a joint project from not more than two pupils.
Entries should be sent to The Secretary, Awards Committee, Zoological Society of London, Regent’s Park, NW1 4RY, by 30 November 2007.
The individual winner receives a certificate and a monetary prize. The winner’s school/college is given a medal and a framed certificate.