Editorial Article: Nominate your favorite new lab product for a Scientists’ Choice Award: Nominations open today

Which new products helped to accelerate your lab work this year?

19 Oct 2021


Nominations for the 2022 Scientists’ Choice Awards are now open. These awards celebrate the best new products of 2021 that have had the biggest impact on your research and laboratory work.

If there was a new instrument, kit, reagent, antibody, consumable, software or service that helped to innovate and advance your lab work, then now is the time to spread the word by nominating it for a Scientists’ Choice Award.

By getting involved, you will give your favorite product the recognition it deserves, as well as spreading the word to your fellow scientists to help them identify the best lab equipment on the market that will help achieve better research outcomes and accelerate scientific progress. 

Additionally, SelectScience will enter everyone who nominates a product or votes from the final shortlist into a prize drawing for the chance to win one of four $500 Amazon Gift Cards (or equivalent currency)*.

You can nominate products in one or more of the following categories:

  • Analytical Science
  • General Lab
  • Drug Discovery
  • Life Sciences
  • Clinical Diagnostics

 

Nominations will be shortlisted, and you’ll then be invited to vote for the winner in each category, with the winning products announced at events throughout 2022.

The deadlines to nominate in each of the above categories are as follows: 

  • Analytical Science - December 9, 2021
  • General Lab - December 9, 2021
  • Drug Discovery - December 9, 2021
  • Life Sciences - February 7, 2022
  • Clinical Diagnostics - March 17, 2022

It only takes a couple of minutes – nominate your favorite new lab product of 2021 today!  

 
The Scientists’ Choice Awards

Each year, scientists and clinical professionals around the world take part in the Scientists’ Choice Awards by nominating and voting for the new products, instruments, services or consumables that have made a big impact in their laboratory.