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Press Release 11-051
Casey Dunn to Receive NSF Waterman Award

Brown University biologist uses sophisticated genomic and computational techniques in a study of deep-sea creatures to examine the origins of a diversity of life

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Photo of Brown University biologist Casey Dunn, NSF's 2011 Waterman Award winner.

Brown University biologist Casey Dunn is NSF's 2011 Waterman Award winner.

Credit: Gonzalo Giribet


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