Announcing The Scientist's Labbies

Enter your science video, website, or multimedia for a chance to win this year's multimedia awards!

By | April 4, 2011

The Scientist's multimedia awards -- the Labbies -- are back!
And that means it's time for you to send us your best linkurl:videos, interactive multimedia,; linkurl:websites, blogs,; or any other techie creation meant for sharing the latest in life science research with the world. We're calling all scientists, research groups, teachers, and bio-enthusiasts who've gone the extra mile to communicate their work in style. The entries will be rated by a panel of judges and the winners will be announced in our September issue. We'll also ask you, our readers, to pick your favorites. All entries must be created with funding from an individual or single research grant (no entries created with funding from a corporation or research institution will be accepted). All videos must be 10 minutes or less, and all entries must relate to the life sciences. Entries will be judged on scientific content, concept/originality, entertainment value, and production quality.
Winners will be featured in a linkurl:full-length article; in the September issue of __The Scientist__, complete with a presentation of their multimedia mastery on our website. You only have until May 6th to enter, so post your submission today! Any questions? Write us at
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Avatar of: Mike Waldrep

Mike Waldrep

Posts: 155

April 5, 2011

Interesting! Good luck to all the entries!
Avatar of: anonymous poster

anonymous poster

Posts: 1

April 6, 2011

Is it only me? Submission to web-site category ends up with the tomcat server error message.
Avatar of: Cristina Luiggi

Cristina Luiggi

Posts: 5

April 6, 2011

There have been some issues with submitting websites but they should have been fixed by now. Please try again.\n\nThank you for participating in The Labbies!\nCristina Luiggi\nJunior editor / Production Assistant

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