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Dingell Announces More Than $23 Million for Science and Technology Center Led by University of Michigan

Professor Eranda Nikolla, University of Michigan, Chemical Engineering, received the inaugural Maria Flytzani-Stephanopoulos Award for Creativity in Catalysis from Tufts University. This is a newly established award in honor of Maria Flytzani-Stephanopoulos‘ legacy in catalysis science, and Eranda was chosen as its very first recipient. The award was presented to Eranda by Greg Stephanopoulos.

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