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The Innovation Awards 2021: Nominations Now Open!

How do I nominate?

It's easy – simply fill in the quick form available here.


The deadline for entry is Thursday 4 November.

Due to the volume of entries we expect to receive, we will only contact those chosen to be highlighted in the December issue. We cannot acknowledge receipt of entry.

The rules?

The technology or solution must have been released (or planned for release) in 2021 and it must be expected to have a significant impact on analytical science. 

If you're unsure just drop an email to [email protected] with any queries. 

What happens next?

Nominations will be assessed by a judging panel and the top technologies and solutions of 2021 will be showcased in the December issue of The Analytical Scientist. 

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

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