Texas A&M Sigma Xi Chapter Names Duff Top Science Communicator For 1998
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Michael J. Duff, a theoretical physicist at Texas A&M University, has been named the university’s outstanding science communicator for 1998 by the Texas A&M chapter of the research society Sigma Xi.
Duff, a distinguished professor in Texas A&M’s Physics Department and Center for Theoretical Physics, will be recognized during Sigma Xi’s annual banquet March 26 in Texas A&M’s Koldus Building.
Duff writes often about his research interests. An article entitled “The Theory Formerly Known as Strings,” which discusses current theoretical advances in the search for a “theory of everything,” appears in the February issue of Scientific American.
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