Tag: "winners" at biology news
College students recognized & rewarded for their innovative work
...mpetition announced its 2004 winners. This year's winners
have found ways to improve existing atomic scale m...also recognized for their contributions. The 2004 winners
are: Grand Prize Winner, $50,000 Ozgur Sahin , Harmonic cantilevers for nanoscale sensing (Nanoscal...
Rice engineer wins prestigious Annunzio Award
...improve the health and well being of us all." Past winners
of the Annunzio Award, the foundation's highest ho...onsidering the achievements of past Annunzio Award winners
is both awe-inspiring and humbling," said West. "Their broad-ranging efforts toward the betterment o...
Technology award presented to Weizmann Institute scientist
...body to detect and prevent or cure disease. Award winners
are chosen by their peers in the WTN. The Network...'s membership is made up of past and present award winners
and finalists, and today comprises over 800 individuals and organizations from 50 countries. Its st...
New Royal Society journal studies
...leri. Our results demonstrate that randomly chosen winners
in pairwise contests were more likely to emerge as top-ranked individuals in a hierarchy, while randomly chosen losers were more likely to emerge as the lowest ranking individuals. These results strongly suggest that information on such measures as s...
Ubiquitination in real-time: A world first at the Universit de Montral
...ational research movement, which includes the 2004 winners
of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry, Aaron Ciechanover, Avram Hershko and Irwin Rose, for their work on the role of ubiquitin in protein degradation. The three researchers will receive their prize on December 8 at Stockholm University, only a few days af...
Earth Science World receives 2004 Scientific American.com Web Award
...nd technology. Earth Science World is one of five winners
under the Earth and Environment category. The 2004 Science and Technology web award particularly highlighted the Virtual Oil Well game and the Earth Science World ImageBank as exceptionally noteworthy components. The Virtual Oil Well provides an opp...
Six reporters reach the 'Pinnacle of Excellence'
...e AAAS Science Journalism Awards. For this reason, winners
report that the awards program offers significant career visibility and acknowledgement of achievement: Past winner Natalie Angier of The New York Times , for example, has likened her 1992 AAAS award to the Pulitzer Prize, which she has also receive...
APS announces 2005 Distinguished Lecturer Awards
...hed Lectureships for 2005. Presentations by award winners
will be given at the International Union of Physiological Sciences (IUPS) meeting in San Diego, Ca. on April 1-5, 2005. Members of the press are welcome to attend. AWARD LECTURES Gerald F. DiBona, M.D. University of Iowa College of Medicine ...
Leibniz prizewinners 2005
...d under the Leibniz Programme to 228. Of these, 49 winners
have been from the humanities, 64 from the life sciences, 81 from the natural sciences and 34 from engineering. Of 130 nominations received for 2005, the following ten Leibniz Prizewinners were selected: Prof. Dr. Peter B. Becker (46), Cell Biolog...
UCSD bioinformatics researcher studies tumor genome architectures with career award
...ducting biological research. Awards to this year's winners
totaled $5.4 million, and the fund has invested roughly $13 million in the program since its inception in 2002. The awards are typically designed to bridge advanced postdoctoral training and the early years of faculty service. "This award is extremel...
The Louis-Jeantet-Prize for Medicine 2005
...in Belgium, one in Austria and one in Finland. The winners
of the Louis-Jeantet Prize for medicine receive an award to carry out new research projects, as well as a personal prize. The total sum awarded by the Foundation, since 1986, to the prize-winners for the pursuit of their research work, amounts to abo...
Hebrew University professor wins Wolf Prize in Medicine for work in cancer research
...y of Jerusalem, has been named as one of the three winners
of the 2005 Wolf Prize in Medicine. All three reci...nesset, Israel's parliament. The other two prize winners
in medicine are Prof. Anthony R. Hunter of the Salk Institute of La Jolla, CA, in the U.S. and Prof....
AAAS announces winners of the 2005 Fellowships for Reporters from Africa
...ogram (RVP), an affiliate of PATH, today announced winners
of the prestigious 2005 Fellowships for Reporters ...overs science and health, among other topics. The winners
will receive support to travel to Washington, DC, from 17 February until 21 February, to report and ...
Heroes of the sea, Pew Fellows' fifteenth class tackle sharks, reefs, mangroves and more
...r Ocean Science is honored to announce this year's winners
of Pew Fellowships in Marine Conservation, the field's leading award. The 2005 Pew Fellows are: Shankar Aswani, USA Miriam Fernandez, Chile Sarah Fowler, United Kingdom Laurence McCook, Australia Jurgenne Primavera, Philippines. Each Pew ...
Charles Yanofsky named National Medal of Science winner
...ven grandchildren. Other National Medal of Science winners
named this week are R. Duncan Luce, University of California-Irvine; J. Michael Bishop, UC-San Francisco; Solomon H. Snyder, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine; John M. Prausnitz, UC-Berkeley; Carl R. De Boor, University of Wisconsin-Madison...
Anita Roberts to deliver Excellence in Science lecture
...cieties of FASEB are eligible for nomination. Past winners
include Phyllis M. Wise, Joan Steitz, and Janet Roussant. The awardee must present an Excellence in Science Lecture at a scientific meeting of her choice at which time an unrestricted research grant is made by a representative of Eli Lilly and Compan...
Bishop named winner of National Medal of Science
...for science and technology. Bishop was among eight winners
announced on Monday (Feb. 14) by President George W. Bush. The honorees will receive the medals at a White House ceremony on March 14. The National Medal of Science honors individuals in a variety of fields for pioneering scientific research that has...
Merck / AAAS announce 2005 winners for outstanding undergraduate research programs
... the Advancement of Science (AAAS) today announced winners
of the 2005 awards for the Merck/AAAS Undergraduate Science Research Program. This year's winners
are Bowdoin College, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Furman University, Harvey Mudd College, Hope Co...
Fred Hutchinson announces 2005 Harold M. Weintraub Graduate Student Awardees
...r. Nominations were solicited internationally; the winners
were selected on the basis of the quality, originality and significance of their work. The recipients, all advanced students at or near the completion of their studies in the biological sciences, will participate in a scientific symposium May 6-7 at ...
APS announces 2005 Young Investigators Awards
...iological Society (APS) is pleased to announce the winners
of the 2005 Young Investigators Awards. The awardees, who hold academic standing up to the assistant professor level, are APS members who have demonstrated outstanding promise in the field of physiology. More than $54,000 in monetary prizes is pres...
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