Malcolm Burrows

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Malcolm Burrows FRS is a British zoologist, and emeritus professor of zoology at University of Cambridge.[1][2]

He studied at Jesus College, Cambridge. He studied with Adrian Horridge at the Gatty Marine Laboratory. He was an editor at the Journal of Experimental Biology.[3] Awarded the Frink Medal in 2004.

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  • "Interacting Gears Synchronize Propulsive Leg Movements in a Jumping Insect", Science Vol. 341 no. 6151 pp. 1254-1256, Sept. 2013
  • "Neural control and coordination of jumping in froghopper insects", J Neurophysiology 97:320-330
  • "Froghopper insects leap to new heights", Nature 42:509

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