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President Obama honors MU researcher with National Medal of Science
Date:12/28/2012

the resources needed to carry out his research.

"The University of Missouri has three features that separate it from other universities in the country," Hawthorne said. "First, it is an example of a small number of universities in the United States with a large number of science disciplines and humanities on the same campus. Second, the largest university research nuclear reactor is located at MU. Finally, it has very strong, collegial biomedicine departments. This combination is unique."

Hawthorne will receive his award, along with 21 other recipients, at a White House ceremony in early 2013. The National Medal of Science was created by statute in 1959 and is administered for the White House by the National Science Foundation. Awarded annually, the Medal recognizes individuals who have made outstanding contributions to science and engineering. A committee of Presidential appointees selects nominees on the basis of their extraordinary knowledge in and contributions to chemistry, engineering, computing, mathematics, or the biological, behavioral/social, and physical sciences.


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