NSF recognizes innovative science of chemist and aeronautical engineer as 2020 Waterman awardees

Portraits of Emily Balskus and John O. Dabiri

WASHINGTON – A chemist who is zooming in on microbes in the human body to understand their influence on human lives and an engineer who looks to animals to build better wind turbines and other technology have earned this year’s prestigious NSF Alan T. Waterman award. Emily Balskus, a Harvard University chemist, and John O. Dabiri, a California Institute of Technology aeronautical engineer, have earned the nation’s highest honor

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