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Professor Henrik Smith receives the Rosén Linnaeus Prize in Zoology

Henrik Smith on stage receiving the Rosén Linnaeus Prize in Zoology

A big congratulations to professor Henrik Smith on receiving the Rosén Linnaeus Prize in Zoology from The Royal Physiographic Society of Lund.

The Rosén Linnaeus Prize in Botany and Zoology has been awarded every three years since 1935 to Swedish researchers whom the Royal Physiographic Society in Lund considers to be well deserving. In 2023, the prize is awarded to Henrik Smith for his research efforts in biodiversity and the conservation of biodiversity in today's changing environment. Henrik shares the prize with Love Dalén, Professor of Evolutionary Genomics at Stockholm University.

- I am happy and proud of the award. It means a lot that the long-term work me and my colleagues have done to increase knowledge about how to preserve biodiversity is recognised, says Henrik Smith.

Read more in the Swedish version of this news item:

Professor Henrik Smith har mottagit Roséns Linnépris i zoologi -