|THE WIGGLESWORTH MEMORIAL LECTURE AND AWARD|
|Award criteria||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.|
|Prize||A specially struck gilt medal inscribed with the winners name. Also the costs of attending the International Congress of Entomology to give the Wigglesworth Lecture. The next Award will be presented at ICE 2016 Orlando Florida USA|
|Eligibility||Letter of nomination accompanied by at least two letters of support. Typically, the nomination will be in favour of eminent internationally known researchers.|
|Cycle||Every 4 years.|
|Adjudication||By RES Council, who, may consult with the Presidents of major Entomological Societies.|
|Entry||Nominations to be submitted to the Registrar 24 months before the I.C.E. Winner will be notified no less that 12 months before the I.C.E.|
|THE WIGGLESWORTH AWARD PRIZEWINNERS|
Professor John G Hildebrand
"How Insects Smell, and Why We Should Care"
Professor Steve Simpson, B.Sc. (Qld), PhD (Lond)
"A Tale Of Swarms, Cannibals, Obesity And Ageing"
Professor James William Truman, B.S.
"A Stem Cell Approach to Unlocking the Development, Function and Evolution of the Insect Central Nervous System"