BRUCE ALBERTS, A FORMER CARNEGIE CORPORATION TRUSTEE, HONORED WITH AWARD FOR ADVANCING COOPERATION IN SCIENCE
Bruce Alberts, editor-in-chief of Science, professor emeritus at the University of California, San Francisco, and former president of the National Academy of Sciences, was named a winner of the 2010 George Brown Award for International Scientific Cooperation. Dr. Alberts served as a trustee of Carnegie Corporation of New York until 2009.
The Award, given annually, recognizes individuals for their critical work advancing international cooperation in science and technology. The Award furthers the late Congressman George Brown's vision for international research cooperation and commemorates his important role in the efforts leading to CRDF's creation.
Also being honored this year are the late Dr. Norman Borlaug, Nobel Peace Prize awardee and president of the World Food Prize; and U.S. Senator Richard Lugar.