Young Scholars: Make Your Voices Heard!
To mark the fortieth anniversary of the Hastings Center Report, The Hastings Center is asking the next generation what issues in bioethics should be addressed in the coming years. We invite any college student, graduate fellow, or untenured professor in bioethics (current or former Center staff excluded) to submit an essay of no more than 1,600 words in response. Essays can be sent to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and should arrive by August 15, 2010. Winners will be notified in mid-September, and our favorite essays will be published in the November-December 2010 issue.
Eppendorf & Science Prize for Neurobiology 2010 – $25,000 First Prize
The Eppendorf & Science Prize for Neurobiology is an annual international research prize of $25,000, awarded to one early career scientist* for his or her outstanding contributions to neurobiology research based on methods of molecular and cell biology.
Though the June 15, 2010 deadline is fast approaching, there is still time to submit an application.
Submitting for the Eppendorf & Science Prize for Neurobiology 2010 is easy:
- Write an essay that describes your research as it pertains to current methods and advances in the field of neurobiology. The essay must not exceed 1,000 words, and it should be submitted in English. You must have done or directed all of the work and this work must have been performed in the past three years.
- Include a one-page letter of recommendation from your postdoctoral adviser, supervisor, or other senior colleague who is familiar with your work.
- Add a version of your curriculum vitae that includes:
- Full citations of papers that you have published on the research described in the essay
- Academic and professional awards and honors that you’ve received
- Relevant professional experience
- Copies of two of your papers that are most relevant to the essay
- A completed entry form.
Email your entry form and the elements listed above to email@example.com and you’ll be in the running for a truly career altering opportunity, including a $25,000 prize.
* Entrants must be 35 years of age or younger