Nominations are open to SLAS members and nonmembers, and self-nominations are welcome. A JALA Ten Selection Committee, comprising members of the JALA Editorial Board and other professionals from the broader science and engineering community with representation from the academic, corporate and government sectors, will evaluate all nominations received. The committee will specifically search for work that has generated profound impact on the general fields of biology and medicine. Fundamental and applied breakthroughs are eligible, and all fields of innovation with specific relevance toward biology and medicine will be considered. Nominations should be e-mailed before
1. SHORT DESCRIPTION: A concise and original 100-word description of the work and a representative image (photo or illustration with appropriate reprinting permissions). If selected, both will be included in a feature story about The JALA Ten that will be published in JALA.
2. MORE INFORMATION: A 500-word detailed report that explains to the selection committee why the nominated work merits selection to the The JALA Ten.
3. CITATION: Nominations must have been officially published (online publication is acceptable) in a peer-reviewed publication to ensure that its technical merit has been previously evaluated, and the full citation in ACS style must be provided. Nominations Now Being Accepted for The 2014 JALA Ten
To read about past JALA Ten honorees, visit JALA Online at http://jla.sagepub.com/ and search keyword "JALA Ten."
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