NEW YORK, June 30, 2015
– A chemist who has made important discoveries in both the human brain and sustainable energy, a neurosurgeon who has done pioneering work mapping the “blueprint” of how humans speak and hear, and a computer scientist who has changed our understanding of the capacity of wireless networks are the three winners of the 2015 Blavatnik National Awards for Young Scientists.
Honorees include Christopher J. Chang, PhD.
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Kenneth S. Pitzer Distinguished Professor Emeritus, and Professor of the Graduate School, Department of Chemistry, University of California, Berkeley. Professor Miller’s papers over the last 45 years have essentially defined the field of theoretical chemical dynamics. Full Article >>
Among the latest to join the ranks of the Bakar Fellows Program, which supports UC Berkeley faculty working to apply scientific discoveries to real-world issues, are Ke Xu of the Life Sciences Division, who works on super-resolution microscopy, and Holger Müller (pictured), a guest scientist in the Chemical Sciences Division. More >>
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