William Duane '83, professor of Biophsics at the University, has been awarded the $500 Leonard Prize by the American Roentgen Ray Society for his researches in X-ray spectra and methods of estimating the dosage of X-ray to be used in treating diseases. His investigations were carried on in the Jefferson Physical Laboratory and in the Warren Bio-Physical laboratory of the Harvard Cancer Commission.
Leonard Prize Won by Professor Duane
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