Awards

2019

Bernhard Voelkl 3Rs Prize by the N3CRs

2018

Yamenah Gómez - IGN-Forschungspreis, Internationale Gesellschaft für Nutztierhaltung (IGN)

Sara Hintze - Fakultätspreis

Christina Rufener - Best Poster Prize 50. International Congress on Apllied Ethology, Freiburg

2017

Hanno Würbel - Charles River-CAAT Excellence in Refinement

Jeremy Bailoo - Prix Jean-Pierre Miéville

Sara Hintze - Professor Dr. Walther Bolz-Preis, IGN-Forschungspreis, Internationale Gesellschaft für Nutztierhaltung (IGN)

2016

Michael ToscanoPoultry Welfare Research Award, Poultry Science Association (PSA)

Anja Jordan - Alumni-Masterpreis

2015

Hanno Würbel - ISAE Creativity Award, International Society for Applied Ethology (ISAE)

Sara Hintze - ‘Best Student Presentation Award’, 11th International Equitation Science Conference, International Society of Equitation Science (ISES), Vancouver, Canada
“When I look into your eyes… What eye wrinkles in horses tell us about their emotional state”

Ariane Stratmann - IGN-Forschungspreis, Internationale Gesellschaft für Nutztierhaltung (IGN)

Eimear Murphy - IGN-Forschungspreis, Internationale Gesellschaft für Nutztierhaltung (IGN)

2014

Nadine Ringgenberg - Preis Jean-Pierre Miéville, Veterinärmedizinische Fakultät, Universität Bern

Sara Hintze - 1st Prize Poster, 10th International Equitation Science Conference, International Society of Equitation Science (ISES), Bredsted, Denmark
“Should I stay or should I go? Horses can be trained more easily on a Go/No-go paradigm than on an Active Choice paradigm.”

Ariane Stratmann - 1st Prize Poster, 48th International Congress, International Society for Applied Ethology (ISAE), Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain
“Ramps in aviaries reduce falls and fractured keel bones in commercial laying hens.”

2013

Nadine Ringgenberg - 1st Prize Poster, 45. Internationale Tagung für Angewandte Ethologie, Freiburg i. Br., Germany
„The relative preference of laying hens for nest size and slope of nest floor”

Sara Hintze - 2nd Prize Poster, 45. Internationale Tagung für Angewandte Ethologie, Freiburg i. Br., Germany
“Who mounts whom and why? Characteristics, causes and consequences of mounting behaviour in finishing pigs.”

2012

Hanno Würbel ERC Advanced Grant (2013-2018), European Research Council (ERC)