Help Us Award the 2012 Labbies

Which videos and images would you like to see win our annual Multimedia Awards? There's only one week left to vote!

By | August 8, 2012

The Scientist is proud to present the finalists for this year’s Multimedia Awards—the Labbies. Help us select the winners by voting for your favorite image and video. Last day of voting will be August 31. We'll announce the reader's choice winners in October, along with the top picks from our esteemed panel of judges, which includes the father of the infographic Nigel Holmes; Christopher Sloan, founder of Science Visualization and former senior editor of National Geographic Magazine; Ed Bell, science writer, producer, and former art director of Scientific American; and Lucy Reading-Ikkanda, freelance graphic designer and former art director of The Scientist. May the best team win a Labby!

Video Finalists | Image Finalists

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Avatar of: Chris Stiehl

Chris Stiehl

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August 19, 2012

Why are people allowed to vote multiple times for the Labbies? Shouldn't it be just one vote per person?

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