The world’s most innovative and effective life science technologies have been recognized in the 2023 Scientists’ Choice Awards®.
Each year, we invite scientists around the globe to participate by nominating, reviewing, and voting for the lab products that have had the greatest impact on their work. This year, more scientists than ever got involved — read on to reveal their chosen winners.
The award for Best New Life Sciences Product of 2022 goes to the Applied Biosystems SeqStudio™ Flex Series Genetic Analyzers from Thermo Fisher Scientific, as voted for by scientists around the world.
The Applied Biosystems SeqStudio™ Flex Series Genetic Analyzers are designed to deliver the high level of Sanger sequencing and fragment analysis data quality and reliable performance that scientists need while leveraging design improvements and technological advances for increased flexibility, easier operation, enhanced connectivity, and remote serviceability.
Your runners-up are:
The Themo Scientific™ Orion™ Lab Star pH Bench Meter measures pH or oxidation-reduction potential (ORP) simultaneously with mV and temperature. Featuring a large, backlit display for easy viewability and a small footprint to save bench space, this pH meter is designed for simplified, budget-friendly lab testing.
Your runners-up are:
This year’s coveted Reviewers’ Choice Award for Life Sciences Company of the Year goes to Logos Biosystems, in acknowledgment of the consistently positive feedback it has received from scientists sharing their opinions via reviews on the SelectScience® website over the past year.
This year’s winning video ‘Early-stage diagnostics: How high-throughput sequencing helps Cambridge researcher accurately detect helminth infections’ is an interview with Marina Papaiakovou, Ph.D. candidate at the University of Cambridge.
In this video, Papaiakovou discusses her research focused on developing and optimizing qPCR-based diagnostics for helminth infections and reveals how high-throughput sequencing methods and technology from MP Biomedicals are helping her effectively characterize and understand helminth infections and their interactions with the gut microbiota.
"I am fantastically honored to have received this recognition. I am grateful for all my supportive supervisors for boosting me towards realizing results from ideas as I pursue my Ph.D. at the University of Cambridge. They have encouraged me to communicate to wider audiences about my research in understanding worm diversity to improve our diagnostics. Thank you to The Scientists’ Channel for allowing me to highlight the impact parasites have globally and for providing a window to my wormy world!"
Marina Papaiakovou, University of Cambridge
The Life Sciences eBook of the Year Award goes to BERTHOLD TECHNOLOGIES GmbH & Co. KG for ‘The essential guide to ELISA automation & reading’. This application compendium presents established ELISA automation protocols for a wide range of applications as well as best practices and troubleshooting tips.
This year’s winning article is titled ‘Intracellular architecture: Creating a map to examine how cells are internally organized in space and time’ and features technology from Sony Biotechnology.
In this exclusive interview, Dr. Manuel Leonetti, Group Leader, Quantitative Cell Science at Chan Zuckerberg Biohub, discusses his research focused on developing an atlas, called OpenCell, that maps the internal architecture of the human cell.
“I’m honored that the editorial about our work got selected! I’m grateful for the SelectScience team who managed to distill the essence of our work in simple terms while staying true to the complex scientific concepts. This is why science communication is so important. I’m glad that everyone can get to learn about our work scaling up cell biology and drawing the map of how the human cell is built.”
Dr. Manuel Leonetti, Chan Zuckerberg Biohub
This year’s Webinar of the Year is awarded to Thermo Fisher Scientific for its webinar titled ‘Best practices for pipetting ergonomics’ which is available to watch on demand. This webinar presents an overview of pipetting ergonomics, pipetting risk factors, methods for reducing the risk of injury, and recommended solutions.
The winner in the Email of the Year category goes to ‘Make the Most of Your Microbiome Analysis’, from Eppendorf. The winning email featured a free download of a poster that provided advice on technology to help address the challenges surrounding microbiome research.
The winner of Life Sciences Reviewer of the Year is Colleen Brand, Laboratory Manager of the Therapeutic Microbiology Lab at Baylor College of Medicine. Find out why Colleen believes science communication and lab product reviews are so important to the industry in this article>>