David Beratan, Tuan Vo-Dinh & Michael Rubinstein have received Royal Society of Chemistry Awards in recognition of their originality and impact in chemical research. Professor Beratan, a Duke alumnus, has received the Bourke Award for developing tunneling pathway and flickering resonance theories of biological electron transfer. Professor Vo-Dinh was awarded the Sir George Stokes Award for outstanding and sustained contributions to analytical science through innovations in photonics, spectroscopy, molecular biology and nanotechnology. Professor Rubinstein has won the Soft Matter & Biophysical Chemistry Award in recognition of his physiocochemical insights into soft matter behavior relevant to respiratory disfunction. Read more about their awards here at Duke Today.