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[Originally published February 9 2005]

Professor Elisabeth Smela, Assistant Professor in Mechanical Engineering, has been named received a Presidential Early Career Award (PECASE), the highest honor for a young faculty member. She is a key member of the Maryland MEMS and nano community and has been a major driving force and contributor to the development of the FabLab.



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