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Edited By: Richard Perham
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FEBS Journal Prize
FEBS, and the Editorial Boards of its journals, are keen to help the cause of young scientists. To complement the many activities of FEBS in this area, FEBS Journal will be continuing with its prize in 2013.
The prize of €10 000, will be awarded to the graduate student or young post-doctoral research worker (no more than 3 years from the time of award of the PhD degree when the paper is submitted) who is the first author of a regular paper that is judged to be the best in FEBS Journal during the calendar year. We regret that first authors of reviews, minireviews, hypotheses and meeting reports cannot be considered as candidates for the prize.
Authors are asked to indicate their eligibility for the prize as part of the manuscript submission process.
The choice of prizewinner will be made by the Editorial Board of the journal, whose decision will be final. It is hoped that the successful author will present a lecture and be awarded the prize at the FEBS Congress in 2014.
A comparable prize is offered by our sister journal, FEBS Letters.