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April 19th, 2007
Research excellence rewarded
AIBN researcher Professor Sean Smith was recently recognised with a prestigious award from the Humboldt Foundation in recognition of his outstanding accomplishments in the area of simulation and visualisation of molecular systems.
Professor Smith's interdisciplinary work focuses on molecular scale modelling in the areas of biological science, materials science, nanotechnology and environmental science.
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