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Frontiers Wins Awards

April 1996

Frontiers has received many words of encouragement from readers since NSF launched this newsletter two years ago. Within the past year, Frontiers has also won two awards. The publication earned an APEX Award, from Communications Concepts®, for the most improved newsletter. And it received a Mercury Award, sponsored by the International Academy of Communications Arts & Sciences, for an outstanding newsletter with a specialized external audience.

Because much of the credit goes to the researchers, educators and NSF staff who help us profile NSF-supported work every month, we would like to take this opportunity to extend our thanks.

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