The Inspiring Science Award is for the best paper in the Life Sciences published from India. The Award is open to scientists who are registered for a PhD, all the way up to scientists in the 4th year of their post-doctorate degrees.
Entries close on 15th October 2020 at midnight.
The jury and the sponsors aim to recognise and reward quality science, inspire scholarship, and support researchers to pursue their passion in the Life Sciences by selecting the best published scientific paper in the Life Sciences from India each year.
Six papers are shortlisted by the jury for the top pick. All shortlisted candidates receive a laptop and a citation. The winner will receive the ISA medal, a citation, and a cash award of INR 2,00,000.
Dr Emilie Marcus announces the genesis of the award and the travel fellowship.
The Inspiring Science Award was announced by Dr Emilie Marcus, ex CEO - Cell Press and Editor-in-Chief, Cell, at The TNQ Distinguished Lectures in the Life Sciences, in Bengaluru on January 18th 2016.
"Building on the successful tradition of the lectureship in inspiring students to pursue their passion with careers in scientific research, we are creating "The Inspiring Science Award" in association with the lectures. The idea for this award was brought forth to us by Professor Anuranjan Anand of JNCASR and we would like to express our thanks and appreciation to him for helping extend the impact of the lecture series in promoting young Indian scientists."