congratulations to Magnus Hoffmann
. . . for winning the Lawrence L. and Audrey W. Ferguson Prize for outstanding doctoral thesis in the Division of Biology and Biological Engineering AND notably the Caltech’s Milton and Francis Clauser Doctoral Prize.
The Milton and Francis Clauser Doctoral Prize is awarded annually to a Ph.D. candidate whose research is judged to exhibit the greatest degree of originality as evidenced by its potential for opening up new avenues of human thought and endeavor as well as by the ingenuity with which it has been carried out. The Milton and Francis Clauser Doctoral Prize is made possible by gifts from the family and friends of these twin alumni, who received bachelor's degrees in physics in 1934, master's degrees in mechanical engineering in 1935, and doctor's degrees in aeronautics in 1937.
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