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RES Goodman Award

Award Criteria

For advancing the education of the public in the knowledge, understanding and appreciation of all aspects of insect physiology and behaviour, thereby promoting the control and conservation of insect species.

For promoting research into aspects of insect physiology and behaviour through online, digital or printed material.

For supporting exhibitions, meetings, lectures, classes, seminars and courses that widen the understanding of insect physiology and behaviour.

Grant No individual award shall exceed £3,000 and not more than £6,000 shall be awarded each year.
Eligibility Any proposal that fits the Award Criteria.
Selection of Awardees

The selection of the person or persons for the award, to be made annually, if a suitable case arises, will be at the discretion of the Trustees of the RES.

Any published material funded or partly funded by the award should acknowledge the fact by mentioning the RES Goodman Award.

Adjudication Nominations and shortlisting will be administered by the RES Outreach and Development Sub-Committee of Council.

Written proposals to the Registrar in the first instance. Or by email: The following points should be considered and included:

  1. Name of applicant(s)
  2. A background and description of the project/exhibition/materials
  3. Funds requested and a breakdown of how the funds will be used
  4. How will this advance the public’s understanding of insects?
  5. How does this relate to insect behaviour and/or physiology?
  6. Provide a statement about the impact and outputs of the project (publications/online materials/lectures/exhibitions/number of people likely to benefit etc.)

Previous winners :-
Thomas Doring & Lars Chittka , Queen Mary College (Inaugural) 

Amy Mikhail, Aberdeen University

Gemma Waters, Search Museum, Hampshire County Council

Annelise Emmans Deans, Author

Robin Wooton, Chair Devonshire Association

Mark O'Neill, Tumbling Dice Ltd

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