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July 22nd, 2005
$400,000 grant expected to enhance work of physicist, BSU's stature
A Boise State University physicist has added a prestigious national award worth $400,000 to his existing base of $1.7 million in sponsored research, making him one of the university's top grant winners.
The National Science Foundation awarded Alex Punnoose a grant from a program specifically targeting "early career" achievers who are cited for effectively integrating education and research.
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