Nominations for Publications of the Year Awards-Due Jan 22

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Nominations are now open for the ACS Publication Awards (Organic Letters, The Journal of Organic Chemistry, Organic Process Research & Development, and Organometallics) for manuscripts published in 2022 (2021 & 2022 for Organometallics). The deadline for nominations is January 22, 2023. Below, you can find details on eligibility and directions for submission of nominations. The corresponding or lead author(s) will present at ACS Fall 2023 Meeting (The OPR&D will present at the 2023 National Organic Symposium held July 9-13, 2023, at the University of Notre Dame).

The Journal of Organic Chemistry

This award honors an author with an outstanding article published in the preceding year in The Journal of Organic Chemistry — either in an issue or ASAP — that demonstrates creativity and impact in the field of organic chemistry. Nominations of emerging authors are encouraged. Learn more & nominate

Organic Letters Outstanding

This award honors an author with an outstanding letter published in Organic Letters in the preceding year — either in an issue or ASAP — that demonstrates creativity and impact in the field of organic chemistry, broadly based. Special consideration will be given to the letter’s originality and impact. Learn more & nominate

Organic Process Research & Development

This award honors the research team behind an outstanding article published in an issue of Organic Process Research & Development in the preceding year that demonstrates creativity and impact in the field of process chemistry and related disciplines associated with reaction scale-up. Special consideration will be given to early-career researchers as well as to the originality and impact of the article. Learn more & nominate

Organometallics

This award recognizes authors of exceptional articles published in Organometallics in the previous two calendar years that emphasize the importance of organometallic chemistry and have had a profound impact on the field. Learn more & nominate