The 2023 CiteAb Awards are live!


Min Read

In this blog:

  • What are the CiteAb Awards?
  • How can I take part?
  • When do the awards close?

The CiteAb Awards are a celebration of the successes of individuals and suppliers in the research reagent industry.

We are thrilled to announce the categories for 2023, and launch our new website!

Visit the CiteAb Awards website to enter in your category

What are the CiteAb Awards?

The 2023 CiteAb Awards shine a light on the progress in the research reagent sector, and celebrate its positive impact. 

High quality research reagents are instrumental in supporting life science research and progress. We believe the efforts from reagent suppliers across the globe in the design, manufacture and delivery of these products deserves recognition, and so we created the CiteAb Awards to do so! 

Our awards include a mixture of nomination based categories and data based awards, spanning a broad range of reagent types.

Long standing in the life science sector, the CiteAb Awards will recognise suppliers succeeding with their products, services and initiatives. We will be calling on researchers to let us know which suppliers have impressed them, and asking both suppliers and researchers to nominate individuals who have made a big impact, impressive charitable initiatives, innovative products of note, and stunning published images they’ve seen or produced! 

Read on to learn more about the 2023 categories…

The 2023 Award categories – revealed!

Below we share details on the categories for the CiteAb Awards. Click through on each category to be taken to our awards website and learn more about the award and how to participate. 

This year features many familiar favourites, including Researchers’ Choice and Image of the Year. See if you can spot the brand new awards we have introduced for 2023…

Nomination Awards:

Researchers’ choice

The Innovation Award 

Award for Significant Individual Impact

Image of the Year

Charitable Supplier of the Year

Data-based Awards (no nominations in these categories):

Antibody Supplier of the Year

Post Translational Modification Antibody Supplier of the Year

Growth Factor Supplier of the Year

Biochemical Supplier to Watch in 2023

ELISA Kit Supplier to Watch in 2023

Cell Line Supplier to Watch in 2023

Supplier Succeeding in Infectious Disease Research

How can I enter in the CiteAb Awards?

To take part in the CiteAb Awards, simply head over to the awards website and choose your category (or categories, there’s no limit on how many awards you can enter in!).

For nomination based awards, follow the instructions on the nomination form to enter in the category. This will normally include your details and a short (<300 word) description of why you, the supplier or individual you are nominating should be named the winner. A successful nomination will include a concise and compelling description of your impact and achievements, backed by evidence or examples. We will be judging the quality of an individual nomination, and not awarding wins based on how many nominations we receive. 

You can not nominate in our data-based awards, as these will be determined by our comprehensive citation data. 

We will be in touch when the awards close if you have been named as a winner or highly commended in these categories. 

Dates for your diaries

The CiteAb Awards are now open for entries, and will be until the 24th February 2023. Get your entries in before this date! 

After the awards close, we will determine winners and announce these on our awards website on the 27th March, at 2pm GMT.

We will be presenting award certificates and trophies at AACR on the 14th-19th April 2023. 

Visit the Awards website now!

The CiteAb team would like to wish everyone the best of luck in the CiteAb Awards. Visit the website to learn more and submit your nomination.

Don’t hesitate to reach out to the awards team with any further questions.

  • Skye and the CiteAb team
About the author

Join thousands of people who already enjoy the CiteAb newsletter

To keep up to date with the latest developments to our search engine, news from our life science market data analysis and improvements to our citation provision.