Last year, we were amazed by the amount of great applications sent in by undergraduate students from across the globe. In our efforts to encourage science education, we are re-launching the Scientist of Tomorrow microscopy contest this year. Check out the amazing entries of last year’s competition and a sneak peek behind the scenes.
The left image shows a mitosis of a Fibroblastic Reticular Cell (FRC) digitally stained. On the right side you can appreciate a GIF of a live mitosis of a Fibroblastic Reticular Cell (FRC).
Are you interested in Cell Biology? Would you like to work with a revolutionary 3D microscope to explore living cells this summer? Do you dream of visiting Switzerland?
Nanolive is inviting Undergraduate students from all over the world to submit a proposal to win a one-week trip to our headquarters in Lausanne in July (dates subject to discussion). The winner will get a chance to work alongside our scientists and use our cutting-edge 3D Cell Explorer microscope to explore living cells in 3D. Visit this page to see all the amazing applications you can use the 3D Cell Explorer for: www.nanolive.ch/applications.
Don’t wait for too long for this opportunity!
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HOW TO APPLY
Please send your application to email@example.com before May 31st. The application should include the following:
- Your best single cell image or cell-cell interaction you acquired with a few lines caption explaining cell type, equipment used, date of acquisition and context (e.g. cell biology course, internship, …)
- A 1-minute video of yourself explaining why you would like to come and what excites you about live cell imaging
- Recommendation letter from your biology professor/ head of department or any relevant faculty member
- The competition prize is a 1-week research project at Nanolive HQ in Lausanne this July to work with the 3D Cell Explorer holo-tomographic microscope. Coverage includes travel to Nanolive’s HQ, accommodation and lunch allowance.
- This competition is reserved to academic undergraduate students currently enrolled in a life science course (Bachelor or Master).
- Applicants must have a valid passport to travel to Switzerland (including Visa if applicable).
- Each submission needs to be supported with a letter of recommendation by a departmental head or biology professor or any relevant faculty member.
- No purchase is necessary to enter or win.
- Each student may submit one proposal for judging.
- Entries will be judged on:
- Cell Image aesthetics/ scientific value
- Enthusiasm & Motivation
- Quality of the application
- Entries must be received no later than May 31st, 2019.
- Please send your application to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Prizewinners will be notified by email before the end of June.
- The judging panel for the competition is selected solely by Nanolive SA and is final. The decision of Nanolive SA panel of judges is final.
- By submitting an entry to this competition, you agree that:
- You give Nanolive SA, worldwide rights to use your name, video and cell image in connection with the competition as Nanolive sees fit.
- After your 1 week project will be completed, you give Nanolive SA, worldwide rights to use your results on its website/ communication / marketing material.
- Competing projects will only be used in connection with the competition and accompanying publicity and will include appropriate credits.
- All reasonable care will be taken in handling projects digital files, but Nanolive SA does not assume responsibility for their loss or damage.