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The Max Delbrück Prize in Biological Physics is an annual award that recognizes and encourages outstanding achievement in biological physics research. The Division of Biological Physics is conducting this campaign in order to continue awarding the Max Delbrück Prize on an annual basis.
The APS Division of Biological Physics (DBIO) recognizes and encourages outstanding achievement in biological physics research through the prominent annual Max Delbrück Prize. To make this possible in the long term, DBIO has launched a fundraising campaign to increase the prize endowment by $140,000.
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Equity, access, and opportunity...
"Equity, access, and opportunity are the essential elements of support in contributing to student success along the STEM pathway. The Burroughs Wellcome Fund is a proud contributor to PhysicsQuest’s distribution of kits across underserved and underrepresented communities that provide high quality STEM teaching and learning resources to students who otherwise might not have such access."
- Alfred M. Mays, Director and Chief Strategist for Diversity and Education, Senior Program Officer – Burroughs Wellcome Fund
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"We noticed a lack of diversity within the physics community and knew that we wanted to help make this change be one of our family's philanthropic priorities. It takes a village to make these important changes and we are thrilled to be a part of that village."
- Kenton and Amy Brown
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