My Science Matters
Pipette.com Wants to Promote Your Scientific Research
Your organization is dedicated to your cause, so why not promote it? Pipette.com would love to hear about your scientific research AND help tell others about it!
Pipette.com has served the life science community since 1996 and it has always been a pleasure to hear how you’ve utilized our products as a tool to help those in need. To support your accomplishments, we’ve created this space for you to share your story.
How does it work?
How much should you write?
At least 2-3 sentences, but we’d prefer you were as thorough as possible.
Will you be contacted?
Only if we have any further questions about clarification.
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Terms and Conditions
- No purchase necessary to enter or win
- Submissions to receive shopping credit at Pipette.com are valid until March 30, 2015 by 3:00PM (PST)
- Promo code for $15 credit will be sent to the email address provided once the content has been examined by Pipette.com
- Not all entries will be developed into articles and/or published on our website
- The content should be your own and all rights belong to you
- All areas must be filled entirely and legitimately
- All entries with vague answers will be disqualified
- All entries need to have completed information of at least 2 sentences relating to the scientists’ work
- Terms & Conditions are subject to change without notice
- By entering the “My Science Matters” initiative, the entrant hereby give Pipette.com consent to use his or her name and image for the purpose of publicity related to the competition and/or marketing
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The scientific man does not aim at an immediate result. He does not expect that his advanced ideas will be readily taken up. His work is like that of the planter – the future. His duty is to lay the foundation for those who are to come, and point the way. He lives and labors and hopes.
The joy of discovery is certainly the liveliest that the mind of man can ever feel.
The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes.