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ScienCentral video Brain Food: Glowing Mice won "Best Repurposed Video, Film, Animation Content" at the first MIPCOM Mobile TV Screenings and Awards 2005 held on October 19, 2005 in Cannes, France at MIPCOM, a major television industry conference. The Awards highlighted the use of audiovisual content on mobile handsets and smart phones.

ScienCentral CEO Eliene Augenbraun appeared as one of five panelists on The Science Channel's 2-hour "Top Science Stories of 2004" program.

ScienCentral received the American Association for the Advancement of Science’s 2000 Journalism Award for Excellence in Television for the PBS documentary, Transistorized!

Transistorized! also won the Dr. Matrix Web World of Science Award in 1999 and was recognized by the Scout Report for Science and Engineering, Yahoo, and USA Today.

ScienCentral was recently chosen by the Eisenhower National Clearinghouse (ENC) to be included in March 2003’s Digital Dozen, a list of exemplary websites for educators.

ScienCentral was selected as one of Popular Science’s 50 Best of the Web in 2000 as a site that stands out among the “550 million unique documents on the web.” ScienCentral News was featured as one of the best in the “News and Answers” category.

ScienCentral’s production of NOVA News Minutes was written up in the April 26, 2002 issue of Electronic Media and the April 29th issue of Variety.

ScienCentral was named one of the “world’s best websites” by WorldBest.com in 2001, for using “the latest in technology to provide fascinating science news and in-depth articles on general science, the environment, genetics, space, health and technology.

 
   
         
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