Awards for people from the world of science and research: JoVE announces …


Cambridge, Mass. (ots / PRNewswire)

JoVE, the world’s leading producer and distributor of science films, announced that: The JOVE Science Education & Research Innovation Awards will be held again in 2022.. The awards, awarded for the second time this year, are designed to support academics and researchers who play an active and central role in their institutes to support and develop academic teaching and video-based research. An independent panel of librarians, educators and researchers will select three winners from each of the following categories:

  • JOVE Educator innovation award
  • JoVE Researcher for innovation
  • JOVE Librarian Innovation Award

JoVE accepts applications from individuals currently employed, enrolled in, or affiliated with an academic, corporate, government, or hospital facility worldwide.

JOVE accepted Submissions in the form of short essays by:

  • Teachers who promoted learning outcomes and increased student involvement in teaching science through video resources.
  • Librarians who have encouraged the use of video resources to support and accelerate science and research teaching in their institutions to accelerate research and / or teaching in science disciplines.
  • Scientists who have used JoVE videos for research and education or teaching outside the lab.

JoVE will receive a grant in the form of a refund up to $ 2,000 assure the winner. These funds can be used to attend conferences or enroll in qualification-related courses until December 30, 2023.

Additionally, JoVE will offer Researcher Innovation Award 2022 winners a publication fee waiver so that they can publish to JoVE for free. More information on the rewards and the application process can be found here. The application deadline is July 18, 2022.

Comments from last year’s winners*Inside about their profit:

“I am delighted with the JoVE Innovation in Instruction Award. It was a pleasure working with such brilliant colleagues and talented students, giving them the opportunity to use media resources to teach and communicate chemistry in new and exciting ways. ” Dr. Glenn Hurst, Associate Professor of Chemical Education at the University of York and winner of the JoVE Innovation in Instruction Award 2021

“I am delighted to accept the JoVE Librarian Innovation Award on behalf of our entire team. The team worked tirelessly for many months to bring JRD eLibrary to life, from concept and design to implementation and launch. The award recognizes the strength of the collaboration and underscores our success in making this powerful tool available to our users in record time. ” Gabriele Tanis, Associate Director, Organizational Excellence at Janssen Research & Development, LLC and JoVE Librarian Innovation Award 2021

“Our entire team at RadioViews is honored to receive the JoVE Researcher Innovation Award for our series of videos about discussions with other radio astronomy. Being among the winners encourages us to continue to develop, improve and develop new ways of sharing our knowledge as researchers. We are indescribably grateful that JoVE supports this goal. ” Joana Kramer, PhD student at the Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy and winner of the JoVE Research Innovation Award 2021

Information about JoVE

Founded in 2006, JoVE is the world’s leading producer and distributor of science films. The goal is to improve research and teaching. With thousands of videos published in a wide range of scientific, medical, and engineering disciplines, the JoVE Library provides clear, detailed illustrations of a variety of scientific techniques and concepts.

Today, millions of scientists, educators and students at thousands of universities, colleges, hospitals and biopharmaceutical companies around the world use JoVE for their research, teaching and further education.

For more information, visit the JoVE website:

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