Clarification

July 8, 1991 PG: 9 TY: NEWS On page 19 of the June 10, 1991, issue of The Scientist, an incorrect affiliation was given for Eric Lander, listed as a "scientist to watch" because of his effective appearances on television. Lander is a member of the Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research and an associate professor of biology at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. In the story on honorary degrees that appeared on page 1 of the June 24, 1991, issue of The Scientist, the name of Charles

The Scientist Staff
Jul 7, 1991

July 8, 1991

PG: 9

TY: NEWS On page 19 of the June 10, 1991, issue of The Scientist, an incorrect affiliation was given for Eric Lander, listed as a "scientist to watch" because of his effective appearances on television. Lander is a member of the Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research and an associate professor of biology at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

In the story on honorary degrees that appeared on page 1 of the June 24, 1991, issue of The Scientist, the name of Charles Hosler, acting executive vice president and provost, senior vice president for research, and dean of the graduate school at Penn State University, was misspelled.

(The Scientist, Vol:5, #14, pg. 9, July 8, 1991)
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