Seeking top innovations of 2010

Did you work on or use a new technology that could transform the field? If so, enter it into our annual contest

The Scientist Staff
Aug 2, 2010
Did your company produce one of the year's best innovations in life science? Do you know of an innovation that you think qualifies? If so, let us know!
The Scientist is pleased to present, for the third time, the top 10 life science innovations of the year. At the end of the year, we will linkurl:count down the top 10 innovations;http://www.the-scientist.com/2009/12/1/41/1/ of 2010, as determined by a panel of expert judges. But in order to be included on the list, we must receive information from you about the innovative product.We're defining "innovation" as anything researchers use in a lab -- this includes tools, cell lines, a technology described in a 2010 paper, etc. A product that was released prior to 2010 could be considered one of this year's innovations if a version released during 2010 is a significant improvement over previous versions.Entries are due by Monday, September 20,...

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