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Royal Entomological Society Awards

RES STUDENT AWARD

For any article about an entomological topic that would be of interest to the general public. The article to be easy to read, in a popular style and no longer than 800 words.

RES JOURNAL AWARDS

For the best paper published in each Society Journal over a two year period. Each of the Society Journals participate biennially.

RES GOODMAN AWARD
for Insect Physiology and Behaviour

In conjunction with the L.J. Goodman Fund (original funding by L.J. Goodman's Trustees) for Insect Physiology and Behaviour

For advancing knowledge, understanding and appreciation of all aspects of Insect Physiology and Behaviour, thereby promoting the control and conservation of insect species.

MARSH AWARD
for Insect Conservation

In conjunction with the Marsh Christian Trust, who fund the prize.

For an outstanding contribution to Insect Conservation; on the basis of 'Lifetime Achievement', or 'Considerable and Exemplary Contribution' to a significant project or undertakings. In exceptional circumstances two prizes may be awarded to reflect each criterion.

MARSH AWARD
for Early Career Entomologist

In conjunction with the Marsh Christian Trust, who fund the prize.

For an early career contribution to Entomological Science that is judged to be outstanding or exemplary with single or ongoing impact on the science. The Award is 'open' and not restricted to any particular discipline or specialised area of entomological science.

ALFRED RUSSEL WALLACE AWARD

For post-graduates who have been awarded a PhD, whose work is considered by their Head of Department to be outstanding. The research involved should be a major contribution to the Science of Entomology.

J.O. WESTWOOD MEDAL
for excellence in Insect Taxonomy

In partnership with the Natural History Museum.

For the best comprehensive taxonomic work on a group of Insects, or, related Arthropods (including terrestrial and freshwater Hexapods, Myriapods, Arachnids and their relatives). Typically, this will be a taxonomic revision or monograph.

THE WIGGLESWORTH MEMORIAL LECTURE AND AWARD

For outstanding services to the science of Entomology. The award will be made to a researcher who has contributed outstanding work to the science and who best reflects Sir Vincent Wigglesworth's standards of personal involvement in every aspect of his/her research.

BOOK PURCHASE SCHEME

To provide assistance in purchasing specialist Taxonomic books, that will assist in the identification of Insect groups being studied in developing countries and their regions. Applicants will be required to demonstrate need and specify particular texts.

OUTREACH (ORF) and
CONFERENCE PARTICIPATION (CPF) GRANTS

Grants to support activities which further the Society's aims. This may range from help to purchase equipment to help in funding expeditions / meetings.