The Lush Prize

lush prize 2016The Lush Prize rewards initiatives across science and campaigning that work to end or replace animal testing, particularly in the area of toxicology research.
Now in its sixth year, it has awarded £1.5 million in prizes, aiming to bring forward the day when safety testing takes place without the use of animals.

Nominations for 2017 will open in April.

There are the 20 winners of the 2016 Prize.

They represent 11 countries and share a total £330,000 of prize money. We were especially pleased to have our first winners from China, South Korea and the Middle East.

Award ceremonies took place in London (which also hosted the Prize Conference), Vancouver and Seoul.

2016 Winners

Details and photos of our 20 winners from 11 countries, sharing a total of £330,00 in prize money.

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2016 Conference

The annual Lush Prize Conference took place in London, on the theme of ‘Regulating Chemical Safety – the future for animal use’.

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2016 shortlist

55 projects and scientists from 21 countries went through to the final round of judging.

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Email Updates

You can stay in touch with Prize news and nomination deadlines by signing up for occasional email updates. 

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