Dr Ida Bailey has won a SULSA LEADERs award

Ida has won a SULSA LEADERs awarded, to travel to the University of Pretoria, South Africa to initiate a new collaboration with Prof Sue Nicolson, aimed at bringing together the physiological and behavioural approaches to understanding animal cognition and pollination biology. In addition the funding will allow her to attend a variety to training courses and write further funding applications to continue her research. SULSA is the Scottish Universities Life Sciences Alliance.