8 November 2018

Each year RIMLS awards several prizes to stimulate our (young) researchers. Please find here an overview of the upcoming awards.

 
  • Best scientific report by a M.Sc. student who produced in 2018 the best scientific report of his/her practical research project. More information.
  • Best PhD thesis by the PhD candidate who delivered the best thesis of 2018. More information.
  • RIMLS breakthrough paper of 2018. The best peer-reviewed publication which should relate to a major scientific “breakthrough" that advances scientific understanding, More information.
  • RIMLS travel awards. Available for work-related travel in 2019 (e.g. conference, work placement) expenses. More information.
  • Microscopic Imaging Contest. Images should be made with an MIC microscope and can be used to promote the MIC. More information.
  • Supervisor of the Year. Vote for your supervisor of the year. More information.
Everybody is invited to propose candidates for these awards before 27 November 2018. A jury will be appointed to select the various awards. Applications for the travel awards can be send in by the applicant. 

Importantly, awards will be distributed at the RIMLS New Years drink on 15 January 2019.
 

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