Some have flashy graphics, some have pictures of lab members battling in lab soccer matches, some have dense text explaining complicated science, but no matter what their individual features, laboratory Web sites are the gateway to the life scientist's research world. In recognition of the lab leaders and lab members who dedicate their time to creating and maintaining their lab Web sites, The Scientist is launching the Laboratory Web Site and Video Awards (LaWVAs ? pronounced like "lava").
Nominated by you, our online readers, over the next several weeks, the LaWVAs will recognize outstanding life science lab Web sites in four categories: design, usability, content, and community.Once we've narrowed down the nominations and the top Web sites are selected by our panel of judges, we'll ask you to vote for our "Reader's Choice Best of the Web" award.The winning sites as selected by our editorial team, judging panel, and our...

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