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Dr. Jeremy Robinson of NRL wins Presidential Early Career Award
Date:1/24/2014

re elegant way is to convince nature to grow you something very small, exactly where you want it." He also learned the communication and collaboration skills that would help him thrive at NRL: "Going to conferences, writing papersthese are critical to help people learn."

Robinson's very excited to go to the White House, and in fact admitted to going suit shopping this weekend. "I grew up in a very rural area and of course it's a nice thing to have someone from your community receive an award like this. I imagine it will be in the local paper soon."

Robinson has also published over 60 peer-reviewed journal articles, holds one patent, and is a four-time winner of the Alan Berman Research Publication Award. And as for the sibling rivalry? "Our families got together this past weekend, and my brother brought a paper crown for me to wear. So he has a sense of humor about it."

This marks the third year in a row an NRL researcher has won a PECASE.


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