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Seven MIT faculty win 2019 Presidential Early Career Awards

Checkelsky, Chung, LeBeau, Yen-Jie Lee, Marelli, Slatyer, and Surendranath receive the highest U.S. award for young scientists and engineers.

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Yogesh Surendranath awarded Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers

The PECASE is the highest honor bestowed by the U.S. government to outstanding scientists and engineers beginning their independent careers.

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JoAnne Stubbe named 2020 Priestley Medalist

Biochemist and Professor Emerita is being honored for her work in understanding enzyme mechanisms.

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Cody Can (PhD ’17) named the winner of the 2019 Raymond Andrew Prize

The prize is awarded to young scientists for an outstanding PhD thesis in magnetic resonance during the opening and prize session of the Euromar congress.

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Shalek Image Shortlisted for the 2019 Wellcome Photography Prize

An image produced by Professor Alex Shalek and members of his research group is one of 28 entries from 12 countries selected as a competition finalist.

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Undergraduate Achievements Celebrated at 2019 Recognition Banquet

The annual Undergraduate Recognition Banquet honored the accomplishments of the graduating Class of 2019 and other undergraduate students.

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Johnson named 2019 Blavatnik Award Finalist

Blavatnik Scholars are recognized for their contributions to the advancement of the human condition through scientific progress.

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Joseph Dennis and Jaeyune Ryu named 2019 IPMI Premier Award Winners

The International Precious Metals Institute awards are given annually in recognition of exceptional precious metal research conducted by students.

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Fifteen Chemistry Students Receive NSF Fellowships

Honorees chosen from close to 12,000 applicants represent a diverse group of scientific disciplines from all U.S. states, commonwealths, and territories.

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Four Chemistry Seniors Elected to Phi Beta Kappa

Founded in 1776, Phi Beta Kappa is the nation’s oldest academic honor society.

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Kiessling Awarded 2019 Centenary Prize

The Centenary Prize is awarded annually by the Royal Society of Chemistry to outstanding chemists who are also exceptional communicators.

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School of Science announces 2019 Infinite Mile Awards

Ten staff members in the School of Science are recognized for going above and beyond their job descriptions to support a better Institute.

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Carly Ziegler wins Koch Institute Image Award

The Koch Institute Image Awards seek to recognize the extraordinary visuals that are produced through life sciences and biomedical research at MIT.

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