Exciting news! Separation Science Slam sponsored by MilliporeSigma, Knauer and The Analytical Scientist
Could you be the Separation Science Slam Champion?
We would like to invite you to take part in the Separation Science Slam competition for young scientists that will be presented for the first time, at HPLC series, in Milan. The competition is open to everyone working in academia or industry, maximum 35 years old. Candidates are invited to apply through a 100-word abstract on their research topic related to liquid chromatography workflow (before, during or after). The project must be based on the presenting scientist’s own results.
Among all applications, six finalists will be selected by the Jury, nominated by HPLC2019 Scientific Committee. Selected candidates will receive a notification by April 19th. In order to be eligible, they have to be registered at the Symposium. Projects will be presented (through a Power Point presentation) by the six finalists in a "Separation Science Slam" session planned on June 18th (6.00 to 7.00 pm). Winners (gold, silver and bronze) will be announced by the Jury at the end of the session. What is the reward, though you are asking? All 3 winners will receive monetary prizes:
So, are you ready to climb up onto the Separation Science Slam stage to thrill and enchant the audience with the research you’ve worked so hard on? (examples here: https://www.youtube.com/user/scienceslamenglish)
You have 10 minutes on the Separation Science Slam stage; you may use props, live experiments, presentations, assistants… Push the limits of your imagination!
Apply by submitting a word-limited abstract (100 words) to the JURY using this link: https://www.hplc2019-milan.org/pages/scienceSlamForm/index.php by March 29th, 2019.
Go ahead and enter this competition for a chance to win 2000€! There’s nothing to lose and everything to gain!
More details about our participation at this year’s event will be published on this page soon. Make sure to visit again!
Venue: University of Milano-Bicocca
Building U6 - Piazza dell'Ateneo Nuovo, 1 - 20100 Milan