Science Events & Awards
Catch up with last year’s Lab Heroes AwardsTM winner Kimberley Evans
Lab Heroes is back for 2018 and we’ve had some fantastic nominations already! But what difference could winning these awards make to your lab hero, and your lab?
Find out what last year's winner has been up to over the last year, what difference winning our Lab Heroes Award made to her and her lab, and why she thinks you should nominate your lab heroes this year.
That’s right life scientists, it’s that time of year again - our Lab Heroes AwardsTM are back for 2018.These awards are your chance to celebrate the scientists who make a real difference to you, your life, and your work. Find out how to nominate your Lab Hero!
We’ve blogged before about how much we love it when science inspires art, which is why we’re delighted to announce that Hello Bio will be sponsoring an unusual and exciting event across the globe in Australia.
Magnified: A Science Art Exhibition is being organised by the Illawarra Health and Medical Research Institute (IHMRI), in association with the School of Arts, English and Media at the University of Wollongong, Australia. Find out more about this really fascinating exhibition...
The results of The Big Life Scientist Survey are in!
Thank you so much to all of you 222 life scientists from around the world who took the time to answer our questions and helped spread the word about the survey.
We asked the life sciences community a range of questions around funding, study replication, lifestyle, equal opportunities and diversity with some eye opening results...
Scientists, we want to hear your views in The Big Life Scientist Survey!
The aim of The Big Life Scientist Survey is to highlight the biggest challenges life scientists are facing today around funding, pressure, publication and more. It’ll only take you five minutes to complete, it's completely anonymous, and at the end you can have the option of entering our prize draw to win $500 of Hello Bio vouchers too.
Time to meet our second runner-up in the Lab Heroes Awards 2017! Of the many brilliant awards entries we received, our Scientific Advisory Board felt that Pinggan Li’s nomination really stood out...
While it was a tough decision to choose just three scientists from all the amazing Lab Heroes Awards entries we received, our Scientific Advisory Board selected Vanessa Charrier of Inserm, France as one of our two first runners-up. Find out more about her!
We were thrilled to have so many fantastic, highly deserving entries to the first of our Lab Heroes Awards, but the one that really stood out to our Scientific Advisory Board – and the first ever winner of our Lab Hero title – was Kimberley Evans.
Kimberley is a Research Assistant, soon to be Lab Manager, in the Karadottir Lab at the Cambridge Stem Cell Institute, University of Cambridge, UK. Her research is concerned with factors that affect myelination, and the role of white matter in Alzheimer's disease. We chatted to Kimberley to find out more about this lab hero!
The Lab Heroes Awards were launched with a very specific goal - to recognise and give back to the unsung champions of Life Sciences.
Scientists in labs across the world were nominated for a whole host of reasons - from dedication to their research to support of their colleagues. We’ve been humbled to see the level of appreciation evident in each nomination.
We are delighted to now announce the winners!