The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2003
Nobel Co-recipient Sir Peter Mansfield
The President's National Medal of Science - Physical Sciences 1987
The National Medal of Technology and Innovation 1988
Chemist. Magnetic resonance imaging.
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President George W. Bush meets with six of the 2003 recipients of the Nobel Awards in the Oval Office. From left to right, Nobel Award recipients are: Dr. Roderick MacKinnon, New York City (chemistry); Dr. Anthony Leggett, Urbana, Illinois (physics); Dr. Robert Engle, New York City (economics); Dr. Alexei Abrikosov, Argonne, Illinois (physics); Dr. Peter Agre, Baltimore, Maryland (chemistry); and Dr. Paul Lauterbur [extreme right], Urbana, Illinois (physiology/medicine). Monday, Nov 17, 2003. Author: Tina Hager. Source: Wikipedia.
National Medal of Science. Paul Lauterbur awarded medal in 1987. Source: Wikipedia.
National Medal Of Technology. Paul Lauterbur awarded medal in 1988
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Name: Paul Christian Lauaterbur
Birth: 6 May 1929, Sidney, OH, USA
Death: 27 March 2007, Urbana, IL, USA
Institution: University of Illinois, Urbana, IL, USA
Award: "for their discoveries concerning magnetic resonance imaging"
Subject: Diagnostic imaging
Portion of Cash: 1/2
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