Biomicrofluidics is pleased to announce a video contest, Small Matters. The contest is to highlight not only the exciting scientific merit of...
Biomicrofluidics is pleased to announce a video contest, Small Matters. The contest is to highlight not only the exciting scientific merit of work conducted in the area of microfluidics and nanofluidics, but also the aesthetic and artistic qualities of the science. Winning entries will demonstrate a novel scientific concept in an elegant presentation. All finalists will be published in a special section of Biomicrofluidics (http://bmf.aip.org/) and one grand prize winner will be chosen to receive an iPad.
The winners of Small Matters will be selected by an esteemed panel of scientists from the Editorial Advisory Board of Biomicrofluidics. Winning entries will be announced at The Second Conference on Advances in Microfluidics and Nanofluidics in Singapore, January 2011 and will be on display for conference attendees to view.
The submission deadline to enter the contest is 31 December 2010 and must include a description of the scientific content presented in the video. Text should be no greater than 1 printed page and videos should be no longer than 5 minutes. For instructions on how to submit to the contest, please visit the contest instructions page at http://bmf.aip.org/about/video_submission_guidelines.
Biomicrofluidics (http://bmf.aip.org/), a free to read, free to publish journal of the American Institute of Physics, hopes the community will find this contest valuable and will promote the exciting research being conducted in microfluidics and nanofludics.