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The Scientist's 4th Annual Top 10 Innovations Competition

Use this form to submit information about your cutting-edge, life-sciences technology for consideration by a panel of expert judges. The ten winners will be the subject of a feature article in the December 2011 issue of The Scientist. 

By | August 1, 2011

Use this form to submit information about your cutting-edge, life-sciences technology for consideration by a panel of expert judges. The ten winners will be the subject of a feature article in the December 2011 issue of The Scientist. For the last three years, the article covering this competition has been one of our most widely read. If you have any questions, contact us at innovate2011@the-scientist.com

Eligibility rules: An "innovation" is defined as any product that researchers use in a lab: machines, instruments, tools, cell lines, made-to-order labels, etc. A product released before January 1, 2011 could be considered eligible if a version released in 2011 is a significant improvement over prior versions.

Entries may be submitted from August 1 to September 16, 2011.

Top 10 Innovations 2011 Entry Form:

 

 

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September 1, 2011

Please post this and add to the competition. Prof. Nihal DeSilva

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Please post this and add to the competition. Prof. Nihal DeSilva

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Please post this and add to the competition. Prof. Nihal DeSilva

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