|7 abr 2016|
We’re excited to announce that World Community Grid has been nominated for a Webby People’s Voice Award, often called “the Oscars of the internet.” Being nominated is an honor, but we need your vote to win.
World Community Grid has been selected as one of five nominees for the prestigious Webby Awards in the Corporate Social Responsibility category, which honors corporations with a commitment to help make our world a better place. You can help us win this coveted award by voting today.
Celebrating its 20th year, The Webby Awards is often called “the Oscars of the internet.” This competitive award received nearly 13,000 entries from 65 countries around the world. The winner of the Webby People’s Voice Award is determined solely by a public vote, which typically garners millions of votes each year.
“We were pleasantly surprised and thrilled to be nominated,” says program manager Juan Hindo. “Since the winners of The Webby Awards are widely publicized, this is another chance for us to highlight the generosity of thousands of World Community Grid volunteers from all over the world who donate their unused computing power to scientific research.”
Voting for the Webby’s People’s Voice Award ends on April 21, so pleasevote today and help us spread the word. Thanks to everyone for your support!
Please note: In order to participate, you will need to sign up on The Webby Awards site using an email address or a social media account, which will be used to confirm your vote.