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The Analytical Scientist Innovation Awards 2020

It’s that time of the year again: the Analytical Scientist Innovation Awards are back for 2020! Now’s your chance to nominate the latest and greatest technology, instruments and software making waves in the analytical science community – and beyond. Who will YOU pick?

Nominations for The Innovation Awards are welcome from individuals, groups, or organizations. To enter, simply fill in the form here.

The deadline for entries is October 27, 2020. All nominations will be forwarded to a panel of experts, who will select 15 winners for 2020. The panel’s decision is final and no correspondence regarding their deliberations or the final list will be entered into.

The winners will be announced in our December issue – in print and online.

To learn about last year’s winners, click here.

Best of luck with your nominations – we look forward to receiving them!

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