The Scientist Earns Folio Gold for Top Editorial

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The Scientist magazine receives five 2011 Folio Awards for editorial excellence

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LabX Media Group is pleased to announce that The Scientist magazine received five 2011 Folio Awards for editorial excellence. For the second year in a row the magazine garnered gold in the Business to Business/Science category, single issue, for the July 2010 issue. The magazine also received a silver award in the same category for its June 2010 issue. Also for the second year running, Senior Editor Bob Grant won gold (B-to-B, Science, Single Article) for his feature, “Opening a Can of Worms,” which appeared in the February 2011 issue. Correspondent Megan Scudellari received bronze award for her July 2010 feature article, “Brain, Interrupted.” The magazine also won a silver award for Best Online News Coverage, B‐to‐B, for its 3-part series, “Fallout at Fukushima.”

The Scientist is published by LabX Media Group, which acquired the magazine from Sciencenow, Inc. a member of the Science Navigation Group, on October 21, 2011.

ABOUT LABX MEDIA GROUP:
LabX Media Group is a fast-growing business-to-business publishing company serving the scientific research market with four primary business units including: The Scientist, Lab Manager Magazine, LabX.com, and LabWrench.com

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