ISCAST is pleased to announce that it will award three prizes for the best articles published this year in the ISCAST journal, Christian Perspectives on Science and Technology (CPOSAT).
The prizes, of AUD 500 each, are kindly supported by ARTFInc and a private donor. The private donor’s prize will go to the best article published by a postgraduate or emerging researcher, naming the prize after Professor John White FRS, former president of ISCAST who recently passed away.
Last year’s awards for outstanding contributions to CPOSAT were:
- Marius Dorobantu: Imago Dei in the Age of Artificial Intelligence: Challenges and Opportunities for a Science-Engaged Theology
- Graeme Finlay: Evolution as History: Phylogenetics of Genomes and Manuscripts
- Carolyn King: Genesis 1–3 as a Resource for Twenty–First Century Faith
Are you interested in submitting an article? View our information for authors.
All enquiries should go to the ISCAST journal managing editor, Doru Costache, at firstname.lastname@example.org.