Rishbeth Prizes 2016

Congratulations to Nadine Kalmoni (MSSL) and Carley Martin (Lancaster) for winning this year's Rishbeth prizes for their presentations at Luner MIST at Lancaster University this April.

Nadine won the prize for the best student talk with her presentation, "Statistical characterisation of the growth and spatial scales of the substorm onset arc", while Carley won the poster prize with her work for her poster, "Cassini magnetometer observations of the orientation, motion and structure of Saturn’s magnetospheric current sheet."

Articles by both winners will appear shortly in A&G!