2021 Award Program Coming Soon!
Innovative Practices Awards | Best of Show |
Benjamin Franklin Award
Cambridge Healthtech Institute and Bio-IT World will again be recognizing and celebrating leaders in innovation through the following Awards Programs:
Innovative Practices Awards
The Innovative Practices Awards are designed to recognize partnerships and projects pushing our industry forward, striving to highlight strategies that can be widely shared and implemented across the industry to improve the quality, pace, and reach of our science. The 2020 Bio-IT World Innovative Practices Award winners were named in July. Entries were honored from Bristol-Myers Squibb, University of Chicago, BioTeam, Center for Innovation and Bioinformatics, Neurological Clinical Research Institute, Massachusetts General Hospital, Eli Lilly, EPAM Systems, Pistoia Alliance, Cures Within Reach, Mission: Cure, Elsevier, Roche, and Linguamatics. To learn more about these award-winning projects, view the press release here. The Bio-IT World Conference production team is working on featuring some of these projects as presentations within the agendas at Bio-IT World Conference & Expo Virtual, October 6-8, 2020. Stay tuned!
Best of Show Award - View Entry Form
The 2020 Best of Show Awards offer exhibitors of the Bio-IT World Conference & Expo Virtual an exclusive opportunity to distinguish and highlight their products ranging from an innovative application, technology, tool, or solution from the competition. The Bio-IT World community is invited to identify exceptional innovation in technologies used by life science professionals, voting on the most impactful new products of the year. Voting begins September 1. Please note: Selection is NOT based upon level of sponsorship or exhibit participation. To enter your product, fill out the online submission form. The entry form will be available when voting opens on September 1.
Benjamin Franklin Award
The Benjamin Franklin Award for Open Access in the Life Sciences is a humanitarian/bioethics award presented annually by the Bioinformatics Organization to an individual who has, in his or her practice, promoted free and open access to the materials and methods used in the life sciences. Xiaole Shirley Liu, PhD, Professor with the Department of Biostatistics and Computational Biology at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Harvard School of Public Health, was announced as the winner in March. View the press release here. The Bio-IT World Conference production team is working on featuring her acceptance speech at the Bio-IT World Conference & Expo Virtual, October 6-8, 2020. Stay tuned!