The Annals of Science are pleased to announce the winner of their Best Paper Prize 2015.
This prize is awarded annually to the author of an original, unpublished essay in the history of science, technology, or medicine, which is not under consideration for publication elsewhere.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. The winning essay is published in the Journal, and the author awarded US$1000 and a free subscription to the Annals of Science.
Enjoy free access to the 2015 prize winning article until the end of June 2017.
Winners of the Best Paper Prize
free access 2015 winner
- Barbara Di Gennaro Splendore
- Stephen Case
- Etienne Stockland
- Daniel Jon Mitchell
- Leslie Tomory
- Daniela Monaldi
- David Pantalony
Natural Philosophical Contention Inside the Accademia del Cimento: the Properties and Effects of Heat and Cold
- Luciano Boschiero