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PeerJ Award Winner at WSeS10

The 10th Workshop of the Selenium and Sulfur Redox and Catalysis Network (WSeS-10) took place at the Federal Fluminense University. WSeS-10 was organized, as in previous editions, as a pre-conference of the International Conference...

Yuta Sato: PeerJ Award Winner at RiTA 2022

Following PeerJ’s previous collaborations with the International Conference on Robot Intelligence Technology and Applications (RiTA), we sponsored a PeerJ Award at RiTA 2022 – the 10th meeting of this series. RiTA 2022 was held at Griffith...

Julia Stone: PeerJ Award Winner at ACS 2022

The Australasian Chronobiology Society was founded in early 2004. The ACS aims to generate and discuss research in all areas of Chronobiology, including both animal and human work to examine specific areas such as...

PeerJ Award Winner at ICCST-15

The International Conference on the Chemistry of Selenium and Tellurium (ICCST) is a well-established conference series dealing with all aspects of the chemistry involving selenium and tellurium, from small molecules to biomolecules and materials....

Roundup of 2022 PeerJ Award winners!

2022 PeerJ Award Winners 2022 saw global travel – and therefore national/international conferences – opening up in a way not seen for over two years. It will have been the first opportunity for many to...

PeerJ Award Winners at 18IMCO

The International Meiofauna Conference (IMCO), first held in 1969, is the flagship conference of the International Association of Meiobenthologists (IAM) and is held every three years. The 18th IMCO was held for the first...