Best Paper Award

The Inorganics Best Paper Award is granted annually to highlight publications of high quality, scientific significance, and extensive influence. The evaluation committee members choose 3 articles of exceptional quality that were published in the journal the year before the previous year and announce them online by the end of June.

The Prize:
– 2 research articles and 1 review will be selected.
– Each winner will receive CHF 300, a certificate, and a voucher to be used against applicable article processing fees (valid for one year).

Inorganics Best Paper Award
Winner announcement: 30 June 2025

Eligibility and Requirements

– All papers published in Inorganics will be eligible (both regular and Special Issue submissions).

Selection Criteria

– Scientific merit and broad impact;
– Originality of the research objectives and/or the ideas presented;
– Creativity of the study design or uniqueness of the approaches and concepts;
– Clarity of presentation;
– Citations and downloads.

Past Winners


15 pages, 5594 KiB  
Synergistic Effect of Co and Mn Co-Doping on SnO2 Lithium-Ion Anodes
by Adele Birrozzi, Angelo Mullaliu, Tobias Eisenmann, Jakob Asenbauer, Thomas Diemant, Dorin Geiger, Ute Kaiser, Danilo Oliveira de Souza, Thomas E. Ashton, Alexandra R. Groves, Jawwad A. Darr, Stefano Passerini and Dominic Bresser
Inorganics 2022, 10(4), 46; - 1 Apr 2022
11 pages, 15181 KiB  
Electrocatalyst Derived from NiCu–MOF Arrays on Graphene Oxide Modified Carbon Cloth for Water Splitting
by Lisha Jia, Pawel Wagner and Jun Chen
Inorganics 2022, 10(4), 53; - 13 Apr 2022
30 pages, 4444 KiB  
Coumarins Synthesis and Transformation via C–H Bond Activation—A Review
by Katarzyna Szwaczko
Inorganics 2022, 10(2), 23; - 15 Feb 2022

Award Committee

Prof. Duncan Gregory Chairman
University of Glasgow


27 pages, 5726 KiB  
Misinterpretations in Evaluating Interactions of Vanadium Complexes with Proteins and Other Biological Targets
by João Costa Pessoa and Isabel Correia
Inorganics 2021, 9(2), 17; - 9 Feb 2021
19 pages, 6641 KiB  
A Quasi-Intramolecular Solid-Phase Redox Reaction of Ammonia Ligands and Perchlorate Anion in Diamminesilver(I) Perchlorate
by Lara Alexandre Fogaça, Laura Bereczki, Vladimir M. Petruševski, Berta Barta-Holló, Fernanda Paiva Franguelli, Miklós Mohai, Kende Attila Béres, Istvan E Sajó, Imre Miklós Szilágyi and Laszlo Kotai
Inorganics 2021, 9(5), 38; - 9 May 2021
9 pages, 605 KiB  
Effects of Glymes on the Distribution of Mg(B10H10) and Mg(B12H12) from the Thermolysis of Mg(BH4)2
by Ba L. Tran, Tamara N. Allen, Mark E. Bowden, Tom Autrey and Craig M. Jensen
Inorganics 2021, 9(6), 41; - 23 May 2021
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