featured in Scientific American
Lorna Casselton celebrated as one of ten top female scientists who passed away in 2014 by Scientific American:
Lorna was an outstanding scientist whose passion and enthusiasm inspired all around her; ten years after her retirement she frequently came into the Department to talk to postdocs and students about their research.
was always encouraging and could always offer practical suggestions to solve any problems presented.
Above all, Lorna
was a highly respected colleague and friend to many of us.
She had been a member of the Plant Sciences Department for over 20 years and was proud to call it her base when she was Vice President of The Royal Society after her retirement.
will be greatly missed.
Professor Lorna Ann Casselton awarded the CBE
We are delighted that Professor Lorna Ann Casselton has been awarded the CBE for her services to research and for her role as Foreign Secretary of the Royal Society.
Very many congratulations, Lorna!
Professor Lorna Casselton, Emeritus Professor of Fungal Genetics and Foreign Secretary of the Royal Society, met Astronauts who had recently returned from the Atlantis 123 flight to the International Space Station.
received back a piece of wood from Isaac Newton's apple tree that had been taken to the International Space Station in May.
Professor Lorna Casselton appointed as Foreign Secretary of the Royal Society