Stanford professor wins 500k prize from MIT
MIT has awarded Stanford professor Stephen Quake a $500,000 2012 Lemelson-MIT prize in recognition of his inventions. Professor Quake invented a chip that lets scientists take 10,000 measurements at once and his research, according to MIT’s website, has led to the creation of four companies and 82 patents.
In awarding the , university officials on Monday called Stephen Quake “a prolific inventor with a fearless ability to explore and work across disciplines.”
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