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2016 Kavli Prize Winners

By | June 2, 2016

This year’s awards honor discoveries on brain plasticity and the development of atomic force microscopy.

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Caltech’s Frances Arnold is honored for her work on directed evolution.

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Lasker Winners Announced

By | September 8, 2015

DNA-damage response and cancer immunotherapy discoveries are among those recognized by the Albert and Mary Lasker Foundation this year.

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Handicapable

By | September 1, 2015

Meet Tilak Ratnanather, the deaf biomedical engineer who mentors hard-of-hearing students headed for STEM careers.

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Two Chemists Knighted

By | January 2, 2015

Researchers who contributed to the development of Viagra and produced “greener” solvents, respectively, achieved knight status from the Queen of England.

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Ig Nobels Honor Amusing Research

By | September 22, 2014

This year’s winners include those who’ve studied how dogs respond to magnetic fields, and the health risks of pet cats, among other things. 

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Lasker Winners Announced

By | September 8, 2014

This year’s prizes honor pioneering work on the unfolded protein response, deep-brain stimulation, and the discovery of cancer-related genes.

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Opinion: Accomplishments Over Accolades

By | August 11, 2014

Award-seeking and career-building behavior is contributing to the rise of bad science. 

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Science with a Sense of Humor

By | September 13, 2013

Researchers who studied stargazing dung beetles, opera-loving mice are among recipients of this year’s Ig Nobel Prizes.

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Golden Goose Awards Given Again

By | September 12, 2013

Researchers behind high-impact studies that at first seemed obscure are honored in another round of prizes.

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