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Open for applications: 2017 SubCue Dataloggers Award for the Best Research Using Data Loggers to Measure Body Temperature ($2,000)

This prize is for the best article that reports original data obtained using implantable data loggers (by any manufacturer) for measuring body temperature. The winner will be selected by the Editorial Board on February 28, 2018. All Research Papers, Priority Reports, and Methods Papers published in Temperature during 2017 (any issue) will be considered. The number of times each article was cited (as determined by Google Scholar) will be taken into account. The corresponding author of the winning article will be notified in March of 2018. The prize can be divided between the authors, and the corresponding author will instruct the Editor-in-Chief on how to cut the check(s). The winners are responsible for any applicable fees and taxes.

This award is generously provided by SubCue Dataloggers. To learn more about SubCue Dataloggers’ products, please click here. Any questions should be addressed to the Editor-in-Chief.

Join us in celebrating the winners of the 2014, 2015, and 2016 Temperature Awards!

2014 Temperature Young Investigator Award for the Best Paper on Thermal Physiology in a Changing Thermal World
 
2014 Temperature Editor-in-Chief Award for the Best Research Paper
 
2014 Temperature Editor-in-Chief Award for the Best Review Article

2015 Professor Teruo Nakayama (1927-1989) Memorial Award for the Best Research Paper by a Japanese Scientist
 
2015 Temperature Editor-in-Chief Award for the Best Article
 
2015 Temperature Editor-in-Chief Award for the Best Teaching Slide
 
2015 Temperature Award for the Best Puzzle
 
2015-2016 SubCue Dataloggers Award for the Best Data Loggers Technology Research
 
2016 BodyCap Medical Award for the Best Research Paper on Body Temperature