Submissions are being accepted for the Annals of Science best paper prize 2016. This prize is awarded annually to the author of an original, unpublished essay in the history of science or technology, which is not under consideration for publication elsewhere. The prize, which is supported by Taylor & Francis, is intended for those who are currently doctoral students, or have been awarded their doctorate within the past four years.
Essays should be submitted to the Editor in a form acceptable for publication in Annals of Science. View the Instructions for Authors (http://www.tandfonline.com/action/authorSubmission?journalCode=tasc20&page=instructions). The winning essay will be published in the Journal, and the author will be awarded US$1000 and a free subscription to Annals of Science.
Papers should be submitted by 30th September 2016, with the winner being notified by 31st December 2016. The Editors’ decision is final.
Questions and submissions should be directed to Oliver Hill-Andrews (Editorial Assistant) at firstname.lastname@example.org