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Conference award for Zoe O’Malley

Posted by Michelle Gray   |   March 9, 2015

At the Science Atlantic Undergraduate Biology Conference in Moncton this past weekend, UNB Biology Honours student Zoe O’Malley (supervised by Drs. Allen Curry and Wendy Monk) received the 2nd-place award for best poster, "Using exuviae to determine Odonate population sex ratio and body size at emergence".

Congratuations Zoe!

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Zoe, I am really happy for you. Congratulations dear for winning this award. It’s all the result of your true determination and hard work. Continue your journey there are so much rushmyessay paper writing services to come your way yet.

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