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Physics Professor and Research Scientist Emeritus Daniel Axelrod was recently selected as the 2010 winner of the Gregorio Weber Award for Excellence in Fluorescence Theory and Applications.
The award, endowed by ISS Fluorescence and Biomedical Instrumentation in 2002 and named after Professor Gregorio Weber who pioneered the developments in the theory and the application of fluorescence techniques to biology and biochemistry, is intended to recognize and honor distinguished investigators who gave significant and original contributions to the advancement and applications of fluorescence techniques.
Learn more about Professor Axelrod by visiting his on-line biography.