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|Professor Nakajima won the Early Career Award “For achievements in bio-nanomanipulation systems.”|
The IEEE Nanotechnology Council (NTC) presented its 2013 awards at the 2013 International Nanotechnology Conference (NANO 2013) gala dinner held August 7 at the Shangi-La Hotel.
The 2013 NTC Pioneer Award winner is Professor Charles M. Lieber, the Mark Hyman Professor of Chemistry in the Department of Chemistry & Chemical Biology at Harvard University. The 2013 NTC Early Career Award winner is Professor Masahiro Nakajima of the Center for Micro-nano Mechatronics at Nagoya University in Japan.
NTC President Stephen Goodnick presented the Early Career Award to Professor Masahiro Nakajima.
Dr. James Morris, NTC 2013 Awards Chair commented on the awardees: "Dr. Nakajima's accomplishments in nanomanipulation have extended the capabilities of electron microscopy for the inspection of nanoscale artifacts of all kinds, including biological specimens at the cellular level. Professor Lieber is as close to being a household name as it's possible for a contemporary scientist to come. He is probably the most widely published, cited and recognized currently active nanotechnology researcher with accomplishments spanning the field from electromechanics through chemistry, materials science and photovoltaics to nanomedicine. "
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