26 No. 3
Special Topic Articles Featuring the 2003 Winners of the IUPAC Prize for Young Chemists
Pure and Applied Chemistry
Vol. 76, No. 2, pp. 263–319, 2004
The IUPAC Prize for Young Chemists seeks to encourage participation of young scientists throughout the world in an annual competition that requires candidates to submit short essays based upon the topic of their Ph.D. studies.
Starting in 2002, prizewinners have been invited to submit manuscripts on aspects of their research topics for consideration as short, critical review articles to be published in Pure and Applied Chemistry. Following peer review, the first collection appeared in PAC, 74, 2021–2081 (2002), and encouraged the view that it offers sufficient readership appeal to become a regular special topic feature of the journal. The works of the 2003 prizewinners appear in the February 2004 issue of PAC, including the following critical reviews:
- “Photodegradation and Photosensitization in Pharmaceutical Products: Assessing Drug Phototoxicity,” by Gonzalo Cosa
- “Recent Developments in the Coordination Chemistry of Stable Free Radicals, by Martin Trent Lemaire
- “Simulations on Many Scales: The Synapse as an Example,” by Kaihsu Tai
- “Understanding the Reaction that Powers This World: Biomimetic Studies of Respiratory O2 Reduction by Cytochrome Oxidase,” by Roman Boulatov
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