The Humanity in Science Award was created in 2015 to recognize outstanding developments in science that could change human lives for the better.
The Humanity in Science Award was created in 2015 to recognize outstanding developments in science that could change human lives for the better. There were many runners-up who did (and do!) amazing things for humanity. Recently, The Analytical Scientist sat down with each of them to catch up, and find out how their ventures have progressed in the last 12 months.
On September 7, Phenomenex and Neoteryx CEO Fasha Mahjoor joined a group of fellow humanitarians through The City Three Peaks Challenge to support educational charity The Outward Bound Trust by abseiling a trio of London’s most iconic skyscrapers.
Phenomenex is proud to introduce a group of courageous riders as they approach The London to Paris Bike Ride: three days, two countries, and nearly 500 kilometers—all for a charity of their choice.
Earlier this year, a friend from my company’s office in the Netherlands attained corporate sponsorship to sanction employee participation in a charity fundraising bicycle ride from London to Paris. I put my name in the hat for the hell of it.
Phenomenex is renowned not only for our advanced separation sciences technologies, but all the unconventional ways we promote humanitarianism, too.
After four years as product manager at Phenomenex, life became a bit predictable—until I received a fateful email from our corporate headquarters.
There’s more to humanitarianism than just cutting a check—and if anyone personifies that, it’s Fasha Mahjoor.