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Press Release 09-103
NSF and NSB Pay Tribute to Three Top American Scientists and Public Service Awardees at Annual Ceremony

Charbonneau, Dresselhaus, Hoffmann and Project SEED honored

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Photo of NSB Chrm. Steven Beering and NSF Director Arden Bement posing with 2009 award recipients.

NSF officials and 2009 Award Recipients at annual awards dinner on May 13. From left to right: NSB Chairman Steven Beering, NSB Public Service Award Recipient Roald Hoffmann, NSB Vannevar Bush Award Recipient Mildred Dresselhaus, NSF Director Arden L. Bement, Jr., NSF Alan T. Waterman Award Recipient David Charbonneau, American Chemical Society President Tom Lane representing NSB Public Service Award Recipient Project SEED.

Credit: Sandy Schaeffer, National Science Foundation


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The National Science Foundations 2009 Alan T. Waterman Award Recipient David Charbonneau, Associate Professor of Astronomy Professor at Harvard University, describes his search for exoplanets and life in the far reaches of the universe.

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National Science Board's 2009 Vannevar Bush Award Recipient Mildred Dresselhaus, an Institute Professor at MIT and pioneer in condensed matter and materials physics.

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National Science Board's 2009 Public Service Award Recipient Roald Hoffmann of Cornell University.

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National Science Board's 2009 Public Service Award Recipient Roald Hoffmann of Cornell University recites his poem, "Tsunami," and shares his views on the context of a soliton, the singularity of wave motion.

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Madeleine Jacobs, Executive Director of the American Chemical Society, represents the National Science Board's 2009 Public Service Award Recipient Project SEED.

Credit: Columbia University and the National Science Foundation

 

Project SEED Alumnus Carlos Rymer, now an MPA candidate in Environmental Studies at Columbia University, speaks about the transformative experience his Project SEED internship provided.

Credit: Columbia University and the National Science Foundation

 

Photo of 2009 Alan T. Waterman Award Recipient David Charbonneau of Harvard University.

2009 Alan T. Waterman Award Recipient David Charbonneau of Harvard University.

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Photo of 2009 NSB Vannevar Bush Award Recipient Mildred Dresselhaus of MIT.

2009 NSB Vannevar Bush Award Recipient Mildred Dresselhaus, first female Institute Professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).

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Photo of 2009 NSB Public Service Award Recipient Roald Hoffmann of Cornell Unversity.

2009 NSB Public Service Award Recipient Roald Hoffmann of Cornell Unversity.

Credit: Gary Hodges


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Photo of the 2009 NSB Public Service Award Recipient Project SEED of the American Chemical Society.

Chemist Cecilia Marzabadi (third from left) is shown in the lab with students from Project SEED at Seton Hall University. The American Chemical Society's Project SEED is the 2009 NSB Public Service Award Recipient.

Credit: Leo Sorel


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