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Juan J. de Pablo, University of Chicago
"For his innovative models and algorithms for the simulation of macromolecular systems."
Bradley D. Olsen, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
"For significantly expanding our understanding of the physics of polymers, including the self-assembly of block copolymers incorporating a fully folded protein, the influence of polymer shape on diffusion; for engineering novel gels; and for updating the theory of the modulus of a network."
Jelena Dinic, University of Illinois at Chicago
Michael Hore, Case Western Reserve U
Andrew Parnell, University of Sheffield