Congratulations to Dr Alejandra Pascual-Garrido

Congratulations to Dr Alejandra Pascual-Garrido who has been awarded the Dennis Stanfield Memorial Fund from the Linnean Society of London

Artwork depicting Dr Alejandra Pascual-Garrido in the field observsing a chimpanzee termite fishing with a stick

We congratulate our Post-Doctoral Fellow Dr Alejandra Pascual-Garrido who has been awarded the Dennis Stanfield Memorial Fund from the Linnean Society of London for her study of the mechanical properties of plants used for termite-fishing tools by wild chimpanzees. Many congratulations to Alejandra, who is somewhere in the forest as we share this news! You can discover more about her research on the archaeological signatures of chimpanzee perishable technology here.

The Linnean Society is the world’s oldest active biological society and aims to promote the study of all aspects of the biological sciences. You can find more information about their awards here.


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