Enrico Fermi Awards ceremony, 2014

Enrico Fermi Awards ceremony, 2014

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Caption: Enrico Fermi Awards ceremony, 2014. US Secretary of Energy, US nuclear physicist Ernest Jeffrey Moniz (centre, born 1944) awarding the 2013 Enrico Fermi Awards to US chemist Allen Joseph Bard (left, born 1933) and US physicist Andrew Marienhoff Sessler (right, 1928-2014). Bard's award was for his work on electrochemical science and technology, chemiluminescence, photocatalysis, and scanning electrochemical microscopy. Sessler's award was for his work on particle accelerators, for directing research on energy and the environment, and for promoting scientific inquiry worldwide. Photographed on 3 February 2014 at the US Department of Energy.

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