Here’s our May 2019 roundup of grants, fellowships, prizes, contests, and scholarship opportunities for scientists and students in developing countries.
Here’s our April 2019 roundup of grants, fellowships, prizes, contests, and scholarship opportunities for scientists and students in developing countries.
Here’s our monthly roundup of the latest calls and resources for March 2019, aimed at scientists and students in developing countries.
Boston is a hub of science and innovation, and we are excited to be a part of this year’s Biotech Week Boston where “the heart, technology, and business of science converge.” Among the weeks activities we will be taking part include the Evening for Diversity and Inclusion on September 4 and the Xconomy Awards Gala on September 5, where our founder and CEO Nina Dudnik is a finalist for an award! On September 5 and 6, you can also find us at our booth during the concurrent BioPharm America (BPA) conference. BPA is a unique partnering event that during which everyone from …
Here’s our monthly roundup of the latest calls and resources for May 2018.
New England Biolabs has featured its 2016 Passion In Science awardees in its new catalog–including Seeding Labs! We were delighted to find a profile of our organization, including our CEO and 2016 Humanitarian Duty awardee Nina Dudnik, right before the epigenitics section on page 268. In case you missed it, you can watch Nina’s Passion in Science talk here: Share this Post
We are thrilled to announce our selection as a finalist for the 2017 Barry & Marie Lipman Family Prize from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania! As one of three finalists selected from more than 115 applicants, Seeding Labs is recognized for leadership and innovation among organizations creating positive social impact. “The Lipman Family Prize identifies and promotes game-changing ideas that solve social problems,” says Umi Howard, Director of the Lipman Family Prize. “Of the hundreds of organizations we analyzed for this year’s prize, Seeding Labs rose to the top because of their innovative approach and their potential for social …
Last night, we were honored that the Boston Business Journal recognized Seeding Labs’ founder & CEO Nina Dudnik with an “Innovation All-Star” award! Nina was honored for “catalyzing the innovation economy in the world’s developing countries because talent is everywhere, but resources are not.” Thank you to the Boston Business Journal and congratulations to the fellow honorees!
Nina Dudnik, Seeding Labs’ founder and CEO, is among 15 scientists honored by New England Biolabs (NEB) with a Passion in Science award. Nina is the recipient of a Humanitarian Duty Award in recognition of her work “breaking down socio-economic borders within the scientific workforce by providing high-quality lab equipment to scientists in developing countries.” The NEB Passion in Science awards acknowledge scientists for inspirational and innovative work that transcends the boundaries of pure science and has profound impact on other fields, including the arts, humanitarian service, environmental stewardship, and science mentorship.
We’re thrilled to announce that our Instrumental Access program has been recognized as a finalist for the 2016 Classy Awards! Instrumental Access is our flagship program connecting university departments in low- and middle-income countries with high-quality surplus laboratory equipment provided by our donors. You can learn more about our newly-announced Instrumental Access 2016 universities here. The Classy Awards finalists comprise the 100 most innovative nonprofits and social enterprises of 2016 and were selected for their excellence in social innovation and ability to solve a social problem. This year, Classy had 1,300 programs across all cause categories submit nominations. The application process …
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