Each month, the School awards a Paper of the Month prize to an academic who published a paper in a journal with the highest impact factor (IF) of all the submissions for that month. To be eligible, the paper must have an IF =/>3, and the submitting academic must be the first or the corresponding author for the paper.
May: Dr Megan Lenardon, for her paper 'Rational Design of an Antifungal Polyacrylamide Library with Reduced Host-Cell Toxicity', published in ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces, which has an IF of 8.758. Read more about Dr Lenardon's research and teaching activity here.
(Previous winners coming soon)