Last call for the Labbies!

This is the last week for submitting your science videos and websites for The Scientist's annual multimedia awards

By | May 2, 2011

The deadline for submitting your life sciences video, interactive multimedia, website, or blog for __The Scientist's__ multimedia awards is fast approaching ? so post your submission today and you could win a $100 Amazon.com gift card! The last day for submitting is this Friday, May 6th.
Winners will be picked both by you, our readers, as well as a veteran panel of judges that includes infographic guru, linkurl:Nigel Holmes,;http://www.nigelholmes.com/home.htm TV science personality linkurl:Kirsten "Kiki" Sanford,;http://www.kirstensanford.com/ author of the book __Lab Coats in Hollywood__, linkurl:David Kirby,;http://www.davidakirby.com/ and linkurl:Jeffrey Segall,;http://www.einstein.yu.edu/segalllab/page.aspx structural biologist at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. The winners will be featured in the September issue of __The Scientist.__ 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. Any questions? Write us at labbies@the-scientist.com
**__Related stories:__***linkurl:Announcing The Scientist's Labbies;http://www.the-scientist.com/news/display/58101/
[4th April 2011]*linkurl:Web Gems;http://www.the-scientist.com/2010/9/1/47/1/
[September 2010]*linkurl:2009 Video Awards;http://www.the-scientist.com/templates/trackable/section/tsva/09_tsva.jsp
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