There were nine winning projects, organisations and scientists from seven countries, plus two commendations and a winner of the Andrew Tyler Award.
See all the winners and commended projects.
The winners share a total prize fund of £250,000. No awards were given this year in the categories Political Achievement Award or Public Awareness (Future).
In an online Awards Ceremony we met the Award winners and celebrated their outstanding achievements, and also enjoyed animations, dance and poetry.
The judging panel included seven distinguished scientists and campaigners who had served in previous years, and new Young Research, Lush Staff and Lush Customer Judges. They shortlisted 59 organisations and individuals from 21 countries – see the full shortlist.
2020 Prize Conference
The 2020 Lush Prize Conference was held as an online event across two days, on the theme of ‘Can Big Data Replace Animal Testing?‘, and included discussions on ‘Paving the way from big data to regulatory acceptance‘, and ‘The role of big data in next generation risk assessment‘.
Speakers included winners from this and previous years, and the sessions featured panel discussions and audience questions.
Watch videos of the sessions and find more details about the 2020 Conference.
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