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IFSCC Opens 2013 Henry Maso Award Competition

February 12, 2013

The IFSCC has opened the competition for the Henry Maso Award for Young Cosmetic Scientists.
The award is given at the IFSCC conferences to the best scientific paper given by an author, normally under the age of 40, who has submitted a full paper for consideration for the honor.

The winner is awarded a trip to the next IFSCC Congress with the cost of travel, accommodation and registration fees (up to 6000 Swiss Francs) paid by IFSCC.

The winner of the 2013 competition at the conference in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, which will be held in October, will then attend the IFSCC Congress the following year in Paris.

The deadline for papers is June 1.

More info: www.ifscc.org or lorna.weston@ifscc.org
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