There were 17 winning projects, organisations and scientists from nine countries, plus one commended, as well as a winner of the Andrew Tyler Award.
The winners share a total prize fund of £330,000 – see all of the Winners here.
2018 saw our first entrants from Lebanon, Sri Lanka and Turkey. In all there were 56 projects and scientists from 17 countries that made it through to the final judging process – see the full list of shortlisted nominees here.
The 2018 Lush Prize Conference was held in Berlin on Friday 16th November.
The theme of the conference this year was:
‘Is there an end in sight for animal testing? Can Organ-on-a-Chip replace animal use in safety testing with advanced human focused approaches?’
We have audio recordings of the main sessions and keynote speakers, and most of the presentations will be available to download in PDF format – more about the Lush Prize conference
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