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Naomi Halas wins Weizmann Women and Science Award

Rice University plasmonics pioneer Naomi Halas has won a 2017 Weizmann Women and Science Award from the Weizmann Institute in Rehovot, Israel.

Halas, a pioneer in the study of the fundamental properties and potential applications of light-activated nanoparticles, is Rice’s Stanley C. Moore Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and professor of chemistry, bioengineering, physics and astronomy, and materials science and nanoengineering.  

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