Axol Bioscience is delighted to offer the future life scientists the chance to receive $1000US Dollar amount for any life science related degree program.
- Applicants must be enrolled or accepted for a graduate or undergraduate degree (BSc or higher) for the 16/17 academic year at a recognised university
- The degree program area must be in a life science field
- Open worldwide
How to apply
Please submit the following:
- Your resume/CV, including undergraduate transcripts/grades
- Written confirmation from a recognized university of enrolment or acceptance to a life science-related degree program
- An original article consisting of 1000 and 2000 words
The submitted article can be based on primary research, however, it should not be an already published piece of work (to avoid copyright issues) and it should not be a project proposal. It should be something that would suit a science blog, so an engaging editorial / review-type piece with figures/images is favorable. It should be at least 1000 words long. If it is newsworthy or relating to something currently in the popular press it may appeal to a wider group of people.
Selection is based 50% on academic achievement and 50% on the article submitted; we are looking for an original piece with scientific interest. The article winners will be published on the Axol blog.
One scholarship is available for 2016/17
Privacy and general terms
- Once the selection process has completed your application information will not be retained
- We will not pass on your information or any of your application to any third parties
- No fee is required for the scholarship application
- There are no restrictions on how this money can be used by the recipient
- The decision from the Axol Scholarship Committee is final
- Proof of identity may be required
- It is the recipient’s responsibility to inform the appropriate academic office that you have received the award (often outside awards must be disclosed to your admissions office)
- The award will be paid to your institute or department for disbursement to a student