The winners of the £1,000 prize were UCL’s Glucoguard –
Camillo Moschner, Jack O’Shea and Libby Linfield – who impressed with
their innovative business based on a genetically modified bacterium for
the treatment of type II diabetes.
A recent publication in Nature looked into how female fellows fared in the world’s oldest scientific academy. We are pleased to report that Professors Mace and Partridge’s contribution to raising gender equality in the Royal Society were recognised by the article authors.