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News Release 05-098

Twenty NSF-Supported Young Scientists and Engineers Receive Presidential Early Career Awards

Highest national honor for researcher-educators

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Elaine Chew, University of Southern California 2004 Presidential Early Career Award recipient.

Elaine Chew, University of Southern California engineer, and accomplished musician, displays a spiral array, which is part of an interactive music visualization program she created at USC to let people 'see' music as it is played.

Credit: Michele A. H. Smith

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Simulated virus protein assemblies are being created to predict their responses to therapeutics.

As part of his CAREER-supported research, Russell Schwartz of Carnegie Mellon University is developing computer simulation methods to study the assembly of viral capsids and other complex molecular assemblies that may someday lead to better prediction of their responses to interventions, such as drug delivery.

Credit: Russell Schwartz