3.3 – 15.4: Co-design the Debate and Win the Prize!

Welcome to the Maximow Award blog debate! Enjoy this new Openness: no age limit, no nationality barrier. How do you collaborate on the web, what is your field of research? It’s all about online networking!
Do not miss this opportunity to co-design a fresh cooperation concept for phase II of the Maximow Award – and then win a prize of 450 EUR by putting your e-tools into use!
This preliminary planning debate is scheduled until 15 April.

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Tell us about your favourite webtools!

By 1 May 2012, we want to award this year’s Maximow Award phase II! This time it is prizes of 450 EUR each (four winners), which will be awarded for fair and open scientific collaboration on the web.
Maximow and his organizing team have tested a couple of freely accessible webtools to be put to use in this current phase II.
What are your preferred tools for cooperating online with your peers? Join us for a pioneering debate

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Maximow Award Team interviewed

The Maximow Award organising team has been interviewed by the online journal Cellular Transplantation and Tissue Engineering (KTTI).

The interview is now online in English.
We hope that you enjoy reading it and we thank KTTI for the pleasant cooperation.

KTTI was founded in 2005 and publishes scientific papers about cellular technologies, molecular biology, gene therapy and other areas of biotechnology. KTTI is the Russian partner journal of CTT.

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Maximow goes blogging

Dear readers,

we are celebrating Alexander A. Maximow’s 138th birthday today and we decided to give him, you and ourselves a present by creating this blog for the Maximow Award.

The life and work of Alexander A. Maximow, the inventor of the stem cell model (unitary theory), inspired our innovative, bilateral competition for young scientists.

Maximow himself was born in Russia, he worked temporarily in Germany and, in 1922, emigrated to the US – one might say that he was not only a brilliant researcher but that he also understood the need for worldwide scientific networking.

in terms of a future without borders for scientific knowledge:

Happy Birthday, Alexander A. Maximow!

Maximow Award 2011/12 is taking place within the framework of the German-Russian Year of Science and Education under the auspices of the Open Access Journal “Cellular Therapy and Transplantation” (ctt-journal.com).

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