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