Announcing The Scientist's Labbies

Is your lab keyed in to cutting-edge technologies that help disseminate your life science research? Enter your lab website, blog, research videos, slideshow, or other presentation for a chance to win one of The Scientist's 2010 multimedia awards -- the Labbies! Expanding on our linkurl:Video Awards from last year,;http://www.the-scientist.com/videoawards/ The Scientist is looking for scientists and scientific laboratories that show real tech savvy in presenting their research to the wider world

Jef Akst
Jef Akst

Jef Akst is managing editor of The Scientist, where she started as an intern in 2009 after receiving a master’s degree from Indiana University in April 2009 studying the mating behavior of seahorses.

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Apr 6, 2010
Is your lab keyed in to cutting-edge technologies that help disseminate your life science research? Enter your lab website, blog, research videos, slideshow, or other presentation for a chance to win one of The Scientist's 2010 multimedia awards -- the Labbies!
Expanding on our linkurl:Video Awards from last year,;http://www.the-scientist.com/videoawards/ The Scientist is looking for scientists and scientific laboratories that show real tech savvy in presenting their research to the wider world. Send us your coolest videos, neatest lab websites, sharpest blogs, most user-friendly interactive multimedia, and any other technologically-advanced presentations you use to communicate your science. The entries will be rated by an esteemed panel of judges, including the father of the infographic linkurl:Nigel Holmes,;http://www.nigelholmes.com/ linkurl:Kirsten Sanford;http://www.kirstensanford.com/ of the Science Channel, linkurl:Jeffrey Segall;http://www.einstein.yu.edu/segalllab/page.aspx of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in the Bronx, NY, and linkurl:David Kirby;http://www.davidakirby.com/ of the University of Manchester. We'll also ask you, our readers, to...

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