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About the James Prize in Science and Technology Integration 

The James Prize in Science and Technology Integration honors outstanding contributions made by researchers who are able to adopt or adapt information or techniques from outside their fields, and thus integrate knowledge from two or more disciplines (e.g., engineering, mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology, biomedicine, geosciences, astronomy, or computational sciences) to solve a major contemporary challenge not addressable from a single disciplinary perspective. The prize was established in 2020 by Robert James and carries with it a $50,000 prize. 

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Most Recent Recipients

John A. Rogers, Northwestern University, received the 2022 James Prize in Science and Technology Integration. 

Rogers’ innovative research in science, engineering, and medicine has established diverse classes of bio-integrated technologies with capabilities for improving health and increasing our understanding of living systems.  Read more about Roger's work»

Recipients:

John A. Rogers (2022)
For his development of unique, biocompatible forms of electronic, optoelectronic, and microfluidic technologies; pioneering their use in areas ranging from neuroscience to clinical care; and converting them into widely available forms, through interdisciplinary approaches in materials science, technology integration, and translational research in health and medicine.
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Allon Klein and Aviv Regev (2021)
For their concurrent development of now widely-adopted massively-parallel single-cell genomics to interrogate the gene expression profiles that define, at the level of individual cells, the distinct cell types in metazoan tissues, their developmental trajectories, and disease states, which integrated tools from molecular biology, engineering, statistics, and computer science. 
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