ELA’s Life Science Awards Take Centre Stage for a Second Year
Article Jan 13, 2012
Celebrating the achievements of industry leaders and pioneering scientists, the ceremony precedes the second European Lab Automation (ELA) conference and exhibition, taking place from 30th- 31st May at the adjoining Congress Centre Hamburg (CCH).
Highlighting a successful year within the life science industry, the European Life Science Awards provide a welcome opportunity to celebrate key personnel and products within pioneering companies and institutions. Award nominations can be submitted by completing the online entry form available at www.lifescienceawards.com and will be judged by a panel of renowned industry experts. The categories for the awards are as follows:
• Most Innovative New Product
• Most Innovative New Service
• Most Effective Marketing Campaign
• Research Group of the Year
• Investigator of the Year
• Business Leader of the Year
• Best New Company
In addition to the awards presentation and sumptuous three course meal, the ceremony will also feature a special keynote speech from distinguished science writer, broadcaster and Nature editor, Dr Adam Rutherford.
The European Life Science Awards 2012 will cover the twelve month period up to April 1st 2012. To find out more about what ELA has to offer scientists across the board, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.EuroLabAutomation.com. For real-time updates, follow us on twitter @EuroLabAuto.
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