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Springer Series editor John Smol receives two prestigious biology awards
Date:6/2/2009

ences and social sciences, the $100,000 prizes are presented annually by the Canada Council for the Arts. Smol's award is in the field of Natural Sciences.

The Discovery Awards are part of the Premier's Innovation Awards, supporting and promoting ideas and discoveries that build on Ontario's innovation strengths. Nominees are evaluated on the impact of their work and its contributions to Ontario's economy and society, as well as the extent of their international recognition. Smol will receive $500,000 in the field of Life Sciences and Medicine.


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