Stefano Sacanna is selected for the 2020 Early Career Award for Soft Matter Research given by the American Physical Society (APS). Stefano recieved the honor "For imaginative synthesis of complex colloidal materials that have spurred important new inquiries and paradigms for assembly and control in soft matter."
For the announcement of Stefano's selection, click here.
For more information about the APS Honors and Awards, click here.
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