BYU engineer wins White House’s highest award for young researchers

by | Jul. 23, 2012

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The White House today honored BYU engineer Christopher Mattson with the highest award the U.S. government offers to young researchers in science and engineering.

Mattson is part of a select group of researchers across the country awarded this year’s Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers. Mattson now joins 2007 honoree Adam Woolley as the only two BYU professors to have received the award.

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