Announcing the 2012 Labby Multimedia Awards

Send us your best life science video or image.

By | June 15, 2012

Are you a life scientist, teacher, or bio-enthusiast with a knack for photography or filmmaking? If so, send us your best work for a chance to compete in The Scientist’s third annual Labby Multimedia Awards—aka The Labbies. We welcome all things life sciences—from false-color electron microscopy and vivid immunofluorescence images to flicks of wildlife in action.

The winners will be selected by a panel of judges as well as by you, our readers, through an online vote. Winners and finalists will be featured in the October issue of The Scientist. Check out last year's winners for inspiration, and submit your video or image at Deadline for submissions is July 30.


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. No entries created with funding from a corporation will be accepted.

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July 9, 2012

Me gusta.Es una oportunidad para todos los que no hemos tenido acceso a una formación reglada y estamos en paro.

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Reni von Bifamo

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July 20, 2012

Visit me by youtube my own created video with my own written chansons about the earth  - it's connected with the project "green MONACO 2011"
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July 25, 2012

I am trying 3/4 times to up load the image Labby's multimedia award but not getting up load, why so?

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