Monday, June 27, 2011
The GE & Science Prize for Young Life Scientists
Your thesis could be worth $25,000
If you received your Ph.D. in molecular biology in 2010, we want to hear from you. You could win a cash prize of up to $25,000, see your work published in Science magazine or on the Science website, rub elbows with the international science community and Nobel Prize Laureates at an awards banquet in Stockholm, Sweden, and enjoy a promising start to your career.
The GE & Science Prize for Young Life Scientists exists to recognize and reward outstanding Ph.D. graduate students from around the world for their work in molecular biology.
It is truly a launching pad for scientists at the beginning of their careers, as many prior winners have gone on to important careers leading labs around the world, including those at the University of Tokyo, the University of Liege, Stanford, Harvard, the University of California, Walter Reed Army Institute and many others.
Please research this site for further details, including entry information. Submit your application by August 1st by email to email@example.com. Good luck!
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