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Scientifica Sponsors University of Sussex Neuroscience Prize
Every year Scientifica sponsor the prize for the best final year Neuroscience project at Sussex University.
This year the prize was won by Annabel Fothergill, who graduated with a BSc in Medical Neuroscience on Wednesday 10th July 2013.
Scientifica's Sales Support Manager Adrian Corbin went to the ceremony to deliver the prize.
"As a science company based in Sussex we believe it is extremely important to support the local universities and encourage excellence in the field. We have a long standing relationship with Sussex's excellent Neuroscience program especially as a number of our employees studied at Sussex University."
- Adrian Corbin
Annabel Fothergill's project was entitled "The effects of retinoic acid in vitro on FGF3 and FGF10 expression in the developing inner ear".
In the picture, from right: Mark Maconochie, Annabel Fothergill, Adrian Corbin and George Kemenes.