2016 Humanity in Science Award

Calling all philanthropic scientists – nominations for the 2016 Humanity in Science Award are now open! Complete your nomination and be in with a chance of
winning the award and prize money of $25,000.

This year's award recipients, Peter H Seeberger and Andreas Seidel-Morgenstern, directors at Max-Planck Institute developed a groundbreaking production processfor producing low-cost malaria medicines. Could the 2016 winner be you or someone you know?

The Humanity in Science award and prize money will be presented in May 2016 to recognize a recent breakthrough in analytical science that has had a positive
impact on people's lives worldwide. 

Analytical science can touch people's lives in many ways by developing technologies, processes and products that provide better medicines, cleaner water, safer food, improve homeland security, enhance forensics investigations, and more. Any breakthrough that impacts humanity is eligible for the award. And entering is easy! All you need to do is to write a 1000-word essay or a letter of recommendation.

Interested? Go to http://email.theanalyticalscientist.com/_act/link.php?mId=AQ8420198997309098435186423314&tId=19310362 for full details.

Prize
·        $25,000 grand prize
·        All-expenses paid trip to Analytica 2016 in Munich
·        Opportunity to tour Phenomenex headquarters in Torrance, California

Nominations close on December 18, 2015. More information is available at http://email.theanalyticalscientist.com/_act/link.php?mId=AQ8420198997309098435186423314&tId=19310363