Have you read a 2016 PLOS Computational Biology Research Article that stood out for you in terms scientific excellence or impact on your field? Maybe you edited or reviewed a manuscript that caught your attention? If so, we’re delighted to announce that we’re launching the “PLOS Computational Biology Research Prize” program, and would like to invite you with the opportunity to become involved!
The program celebrates PLOS Computational Biology’s best Research Articles published last year (2016), in the following three prize categories:
A $2000 prize will be awarded to the authors of the winning Research Article in each category from a pool of public nominations, selected by the PLOS Computational Biology Research Prize Committee.
Also, to show our appreciation for nominating, each complete nomination of an eligible Research Article published in 2016 will be entered into a random prize drawing to receive a PLOS T-shirt!
To tell us which 2016 Research Articles you think are worthy of these awards, please complete our nomination form. Nominations are open to the public until September 14, 2017 at 11:59 PM ET. If you wish to nominate more than one article, you may submit this form multiple times.
Featured image: Mouse lung micro-CT images processed by Angicart. Image Credit: Tekin and colleagues. pcbi.1005223.