Journal of Coordination Chemistry
Arthur E. Martell Early Career Researcher Prize
About the prize
The Editors of the Journal of Coordination Chemistry are pleased to award an annual prize of $1,000 from 2014 onwards to a coordination chemist as an author with a substantial contribution to a high quality manuscript published in the Journal of Coordination Chemistry in a given Volume. To be eligible, the author must be within eight years of receiving her/his Ph. D. and in a full time academic or government laboratory position.
All manuscripts published in Volume 70 (2017) were eligible for the 2017 Early Career Researcher Prize. At the time of acceptance of a manuscript, the authors will be sent information about the prize and asked: (1) if she/he wishes the manuscript to be considered for the Arthur E. Martell Young Author's Prize, (2) when the author received his/her Ph.D. and his/her current position and (3) about her/his contribution to a multi-author manuscript. Only one author per published manuscript will be considered. The Editors will make the final decision, with input from the Editorial Board. The Prize Winner is announced in April of the following year.
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Arthur E. Martell Early Career Researcher Prize Winning Articles
|2017||Sara Realista, Susana Quintal, Paulo N. Martinho, Ana I. Melato, Adrià Gil, Teresa Esteves, Maria de Deus Carvalho, Liliana P. Ferreira, Pedro D. Vaz & Maria José Calhorda||Electrochemical studies and potential anticancer activity in ferrocene derivatives||70||2|
|2016||Yuzhen Zhang, Jordan M. Cox, Alan E. Friedman, Jason B. Benedict & Timothy R. Cook||Phosphorescent organoplatinum(II) D2A2 metallacycles: synthesis, self-assembly, and photophysical properties||69||11-13|
|2015||Agnieszka Chylewska, Małgorzata Ogryzek, Lech Chmurzyński & Mariusz Makowski||Spectrophotometric, potentiometric, and conductometric studies of binary complex formation between copper(II) and three forms of vitamin B6 in aqueous solutions||68||21|
|2014||Patrick O. Asekunowo & Rosenani A. Haque||Counterion-induced modulation in biochemical properties of nitrile functionalized silver(I)-N-heterocyclic carbene complexes||67||22|