[Taxacom] The Accelerating Science Award Program

Андрій Новіков novikoffav at gmail.com
Fri May 3 09:15:59 CDT 2013


The Accelerating Science Award Program

The Accelerating Science Award Program (ASAP) recognizes individuals who
have applied scientific research – published through Open Access – to
innovate in any field and benefit society. Anyone can nominate an
individual or team. Individuals are also free to nominate themselves.
What

The ASAP Program awards individuals who have used, applied, or remixed
scientific research – published through Open Access – to make a difference
in science, medicine, business, technology or society as a whole. Potential
nominees include individuals, teams, or groups of collaborators such as
scientists, researchers, educators, technology leaders, entrepreneurs,
policy makers, patient advocates, public health workers, and students.

The innovative use in any field must be based on research articles or
content published through Open Access before May 1st, 2013 in a
peer-reviewed journal or in a repository recognized in the Open Access
community. If the innovative use creates a scholarly output, it must be
Open Access. *See the Program Rules
<http://asap.plos.org/nominate/rules/>for details.
*
WHY

The ASAP Program seeks to build awareness and encourage the use of
scientific research — published through Open Access — in transformative
ways. The program illuminates how the unrestricted exchange of information
can advance science and medicine, and benefit society. The ASAP Program
also aspires to encourage a new generation of individuals to embrace the
application of scientific research published through Open Access.

The ASAP Program is sponsored by 24 global
organizations<http://asap.plos.org/sponsors/>that value the
transformative impact of applying scientific research
published through Open Access to extend the reach of science and medicine.
Major sponsors include Google, PLOS, and the Wellcome Trust.
THE RECOGNITION

The ASAP Program will award three top awards of $30,000 each. A
representative for each top award winner will receive a trip to Washington,
DC in October 2013, where they will be honored at an Open Access Week event
hosted by SPARC and the World Bank. The ASAP Program will also recognize
Honorable Mentions, who will be highlighted on the program website and in a
portfolio book distributed online and in print around the world. *See
the Program
Rules <http://asap.plos.org/nominate/rules/> for details.*
HOW TO NOMINATE

Anyone can nominate an individual or team using a simple online form.
Individuals are also free to nominate themselves.

   - You will need to provide an explanation of why you believe the work
   should be recognized, links to evidence, and contact information (valid
   email addresses) for the persons being nominated.
   - Before completing the nomination form, review the *Program
Rules*<http://asap.plos.org/nominate/rules/>for eligibility
requirements and other important information.
   - Nominations must be received by the deadline. Late or incomplete
   nominations will not be considered.
   - An FAQ <http://asap.plos.org/faq/>is available.



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