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September 29th, 2004

MIT researcher Angela Belcher named 2004 Macarthur Fellow

Angela Belcher, a scientist who uses genetically modified viruses to produce nanowires, self-assembling films and other nanomaterials, received a $500,000 “genius grant” on Tuesday. She will share the title of 2004 MacArthur Fellow with a diverse group that includes a debating coach, a ragtime pianist and a businessman who has helped free hundreds of political prisoners in China. (more on earlier article)


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