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Cambridge researcher honored at White House

Lindquist lauded for her study of protein folding

President Obama presented the National Medal of Science to Susan L. Lindquist of the Whitehead Institute yesterday. President Obama presented the National Medal of Science to Susan L. Lindquist of the Whitehead Institute yesterday. (Olivier Douliery/Pool/Getty Images)
By Miriam Valverde
Globe Correspondent / November 18, 2010

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A Cambridge researcher who also teaches at MIT received the National Medal of Science yesterday from President Obama, the highest honor given to scientists, engineers, and inventors by the US government. (Full article: 334 words)

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