A group of 48 researchers from the U.S., Canada and Europe gathered at the Simons Foundation on February 13 and 14 for the 2015 annual meeting of the Collaboration on the Many Electron Problem.
By contributing to the archive, MPS aims to ensure the long-term sustainability of this resource.
The award, presented by the Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography, recognizes Church’s wide-ranging research in microbial oceanography, from genomes to biomes, as well as his training and mentorship of international scholars and his dedicated community service.
The prize, awarded annually by the American Astronomical Society and the American Institute of Physics to mid-career scientists for outstanding work in astrophysics, is one of the most significant honors in the field.
The Simons Foundation awarded a grant to a team of researchers at the University of California, Santa Cruz to develop a graph-based human reference genome structure built from a diverse sampling of the human population.