The Oxford Prize for Malacology

The Oxford Prize for Malacology is awarded annually for the best presentation at the Molluscan Forum and is generously supported by Oxford University Press, publisher of  Journal of Molluscan Studies.

The 2017 winner is Luke Helmer (University of Portsmouth, UK), for his talk entitled ‘The efficacy of suspended broodstock cages as a restoration stragety for the European flat oyster Ostrea edulis Linnaeus, 1758: a case study in the Solent, UK.’

Previous winners:

2016     Aidan O’Hanlon (NUI Galway, Ireland)

2015     Phil Hollyman (University of Bangor, UK)

2014     William Foster (University of Plymouth, UK)

2013    James Burgon (University of Glasgow, UK)