C·I·B student’s frog research wins prize for science communication

The Young Science Communicator’s Competition (YSCC) is an annual competition that challenges young scientists and researchers between the ages of 18 and 35 to communicate their research to a larger audience beyond the scientific community.

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C·I·B student wins first prize at the 2016/2017 Young Science Communicator’s Competition
The harlequin ladybird, Harmonia axyridis, is one of the world’s worst invasive insects. It can be distinguished from other ladybirds by the black ‘M’ or ‘W’ on its neck. The number of black spots on its body can vary from 0 to 20, and it can range in colour from light orange to dark red. It is between 0.5 and 1 cm in size. (Photo credit: Ingrid A. Minnaar)

C·I·B student wins first prize at the 2016/2017 Young Science Communicator’s Competition

A popular article about invasive ladybirds by C·I·B PhD student, Ingrid Minnaar, recently awarded her the first prize at SAASTA’s 2016/2017 Young Science Communicator’s Competition (YSCC).

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