Nina Fedoroff, David Livingston

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Sigma-Aldrich said last week board member Nina Fedoroff has been named one of eight scientists who will receive the 2006 National Medal of Science. Fedoroff and the other recipients will receive their medals at a White House ceremony on July 27. The awards were established in 1959 by Congress and are administered by the National Science foundation.
 

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