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Research Department of Genetics
University Medical Center Groningen

Vote now for the Genenkrakers!

13 October 2010

Labyrint Public Prize

VOTE NOW for our team, the Genenkrakers, in the competition for the Public Prize (in parallel to the university prize) organised by VPRO TV programme Labyrint
NB. All the PCs in a company count as one address so please vote from a private computer or smartphone outside your company premises!
Go to the website to vote: http://weblogs.vpro.nl/labyrint/publieksprijs/

Check out the team's website and blog
 

University Prize / Academische Jaarprijs 2010

The team from the Dept. of Genetics, UMCG, is one of five teams selected to present their plan in the final round of the Academische Jaarprijs 2010 (Annual University Prize). This prize is awarded for the best presentation of a scientific research project to the general public. The main prize of 100,000 euro will be awarded to the team with the most creative communication plan so that they can implement their proposal.

A total of 27 plans were submitted. The jury, under the leadership of Rick van der Ploeg, selected 5 plans and announced the finalists this week. The final will take place on Wednesday 27 October in the Stadsgehoorzaal in Leiden.

Team Wijmenga | University Medical Centre Groningen | GENen kraken in GroningGEN: een ontdekkingstocht met de LifeLinesExpress (Cracking genes in Groningen: a journey of discovery with the LifeLines Express).

The Academische Jaarprijs  was initiated to stimulate scientific communication in the Netherlands.

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and do support our team during the competition in September-October!

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