Megan McDonald wins 2017 Peer Prize for Women in Science

Tuesday 27 June 2017
A selfish gene: How a single gene threatens wheat. Video by Tom Davis and Sharyn Wragg

Congratulations to Megan McDonald, who has won the 2017 Peer Prize for Women in Science, for her work on ToxA in wheat. The competition is organised by the Thinkable Academy, and winners are decided by votes from their peers, who are defined as those who have authored a peer-reviewed article within the scientific literature.
Megan's entry included the video above, that was produced by Tom Davis and Sharyn Wragg, both of RSB IT. 

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