DROSOPHILA IMAGE AWARD -- Call for nominations

David Bilder bilder at socrates.berkeley.edu
Thu Oct 23 08:50:40 EST 2003


>Dear Drosophila Colleagues,
>
>We are pleased to inform you that the Drosophila Image Award 
>committee is now accepting submissions for its 2003 award.  This 
>first annual award will be presented at the upcoming Drosophila 
>Research Conference in Washington, DC in March of 2004.
>
>The Image Award program, originally announced at last year's 
>Drosophila Research Conference, has been initiated in recognition of 
>the important role that compelling images have played in Drosophila 
>research.  To encourage and celebrate the continuing creation of 
>such images, each year ten finalists will be selected to have their 
>images displayed on the opening evening of the conference.  One 
>winner will receive special recognition in the form of a plaque with 
>the winning image framed.
>
>The Award will be given to the most striking image that clearly 
>conveys a point of important biological information in Drosophila 
>research.  All images that have been or will be published in a 
>primary research journal in 2003 are eligible.  Submissions can be 
>made electronically to imageaward at socrates.berkeley.edu.
>
>We encourage you to submit your work for consideration. 
>Submissions are open until Feb. 1, 2004.
>
>Please see http://www.faseb.org/genetics/g-gsa/dros-image.shtml for 
>more details.
>
>
>Sincerely,
>The Drosophila Image Award Committee (2003)
>David Bilder
>Peter Lawrence 
>Liqun Luo
>Laurel Raftery 
>Trudi Schupbach
>
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