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Industry News: Nominate the Best New Drug Discovery Product of 2015 in the SelectScience® Scientists’ Choice Awards®

Which new product made the most difference to your laboratory in 2015?

20 Nov 2015

SelectScience® is delighted to announce that nominations for the Best New Drug Discovery Product of 2015 are open. Laboratory scientists working in the drug discovery field are now invited to take part in the SelectScience Scientists’ Choice Awards® by nominating and voting for the new product, instrument or consumable that has made the most difference to their research in 2015.


About The Scientists’ Choice Awards®

SelectScience, the leading independent online resource for the global scientific community, began the Scientists’ Choice Awards in 2007 to enable scientists to voice their opinions on the best laboratory products. Once a year, SelectScience invites members to nominate their favorite products of the year in each category.


Products nominated can be new or established technologies in a drug discovery setting and must be new to the market in 2015. All nominations and votes are also entered into a prize draw to win one of ten $50 (or equivalent currency) Amazon vouchers! Make sure to nominate your favourite product before nominations close on December 4th 2015.


Nominations will be shortlisted and scientists will be invited for final voting from December 11th 2015. The winner of the Scientists' Choice Award for the Best New Drug Discovery Product of 2015 will be announced during the SLAS Conference in San Diego, USA, January 23-27 2015.


Nominate the Best New Drug Discovery Product of 2015


Previous winners of the Scientists’ Choice Award® for Drug Discovery Product of the Year award include the Biomek® 4000 Laboratory Automation Workstation by Beckman Coulter, the Synergy NEO HTS Multi-Mode Reader by BioTek Instruments, Inc., the IN Cell Analyzer 6000 by GE Healthcare, and BMG LABTECH’s FLUOstar® Omega. You can view the full list of previous Scientists’ Choice Awards® winners here.