St Andrews Prize 2013

Dr Lucy King wins the St Andrews Prize for the Environment 2013

An innovative project developed from the behavioural discovery that honey bees can be used as a natural deterrent to crop raiding elephants, has won this year’s St Andrews Prize for the Environment. At a ceremony in the University of St Andrews today, Dr Lucy King was presented with the winning prize of $100,000 USD. Lucy says: ‘I am delighted with this win. The recognition and financial support will enable us to expand our vital research work and protect many more rural farming families from elephant invasions.’

Read more on the Awards Page.

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