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NAS's New Foreign Associates

Joining the 60 new National Academy of Sciences (NAS) members are 15 newly elected foreign associates. These nonvoting members with citizenship outside the United States hail from 11 different countries. Their induction brings the total number of NAS foreign associates to 309. The foreign associates, along with their affiliations at the time of election and their country of citizenship, are: Grigory I. Barenblatt, visiting professor, department of mathematics, University of California, Berkele

Edward Silverman

Joining the 60 new National Academy of Sciences (NAS) members are 15 newly elected foreign associates. These nonvoting members with citizenship outside the United States hail from 11 different countries. Their induction brings the total number of NAS foreign associates to 309.

The foreign associates, along with their affiliations at the time of election and their country of citizenship, are:

  • Grigory I. Barenblatt, visiting professor, department of mathematics, University of California, Berkeley (Russia); G.I.Barenblatt@damtp.cam.ac.uk

  • Bert R.J. Bolin, chairman, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change; emeritus professor of meteorology, Stockholm University (Sweden); bert@misu.su.se

  • Alain Connes, professor, Institut des Hautes Etudes Scientifiques; professor, Collège de France, Paris (France)

  • Suzanne Cory, professor and joint head, molecular biology unit, Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research, Royal Melbourne Hospital, Victoria (Australia); cory@wehi.edu.au

  • Albert de la Chapelle, professor and chairman, department of medical genetics, University of Helsinki (Finland); albert.delaChapelle@helsinki.fi or...

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