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April 27th, 2004

Dr. Alexander V. Neimark Named 2004 Guggenheim Fellow

Dr. Alexander V. Neimark, Research Director of TRI/Princetonís Center for Modeling and Characterization of Nanoporous Materials, was recently named a 2004 Guggenheim Fellow for his work on "Equilibrium and Phase Transitions in Nanoscale Systems." According to Dr. Gail Eaton, President of TRI, "Having a Guggenheim Fellow on the research staff contributes to TRIís reputation as a world renowned center of scientific research."


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