Credit: Kudos Science Awards Trust

Posted on 27 November 2020

Our researchers nominated for Kudos Awards 2020

Congratulations to our researchers who were nominated for the Kudos Awards this year!

 

Although they didn't win on the night, it's fantastic to see the vital work of our marine researchers being recognised. As described by project leader Carolyn Lundquist who attended the Kudos Awards Gala Dinner last night, the night was "a Sustainable Seas-researcher reunion."

The Kudos Awards recognise top scientists from the greater Waikato Region, including Bay of Plenty. They are Aotearoa New Zealand's most prestigious regional science awards.

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