Do you know a dedicated scientist in the early stages of their career who could be a future science star? Do they make a difference to the scientific and wider community?
The 2022 BioTechniques Future Star Award is open to candidates within the first 5 years of their first career appointment who are performing outstanding research in their field. Nominees should be talented researchers, active members of the scientific community, and be driven to make a difference with their research.
The Award aims to recognize these inspiring new scientists by asking their colleagues and mentors to nominate them, with the finalists selected by a panel of esteemed judges. The winner will be chosen by public vote. The Future Star Award recipient will:
- Receive US $1000 to support their career
- Feature on one of our Talking Techniques podcast episodes
- Be invited to join our LEARN Mentor panel
If you know an early career scientist who is a Future Star, become a member and nominate them via the link below.
Read our interview with last year’s winner Karolina Pierzynowska, a molecular and cellular neurobiologist at the University of Gdansk (Poland), here.
Keep an eye on our social media for more information about our judging panel, nominations and voting for your Star!
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