Tonight we are thrilled to host our second annual “Positively Instrumental” event honoring our donors and Instrumental Access 2017 awardees.
After a rigorous screening process, 15 institutions were chosen for Instrumental Access 2017. They have research interests across the biological sciences, chemistry, chemical engineering, nanotechnology, and science education and pedagogy. Grantees hail from 13 countries in Sub-Saharan Africa, Latin America, the Caribbean, Europe, and Asia,
In addition to announcing the Instrumental Access awardees, Seeding Labs will recognize valued donors from the life sciences industry and academia that supply the organization with equipment and funding to support our network of scientists around the world. Three awards will be presented: the Sustainer Award, the Rising Star Award, and the Global Catalyst Award.
“Science is a global endeavor and we are pleased to celebrate the power of global science with our community of supporters,” said Seeding Labs’ founder and CEO Nina Dudnik, PhD. “Positively Instrumental is an event demonstrating that the global scientific community is strongest when everyone can fully and actively contribute to scientific progress.”
Dudnik will speak at the event, along with Dr. Robert Paulino, Director of the Institute for Tropical Medicine and Global Health at the Universidad Iberoamericana (UNIBE) in the Dominican Republic. UNIBE was a 2016 Instrumental Access awardee. The event emcee is Ari Daniel, PhD, digital producer for PBS NOVA and independent science reporter.
We will be sharing and broadcasting every little detail of our night, and with the help of an Instagram growth manager, we hope to reach as many as you as possible. So, make sure that you give us some shares and likes along the way. Or you can even follow along on Twitter with hashtag #InstrumentalAccess!
With thanks to our event sponsors:
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