The American Physical Society (APS) is the world’s largest organization of physicists. Despite its size, APS Fellows make up a mere 0.5% of the Society’s membership, making it a distinct honor.
This year, the APS has elected into its Fellows EPFL Professor Suliana Manley, head of the Laboratory of Experimental Biophysics (LEB) at the Institute of Physics and Institute of Bioengineering.
She has been nominated for breakthroughs revealing organizing principles in dynamics of organelles and multiprotein assemblies, through pioneering the development of high-precision, high-throughput, super-resolution microscopies.
Source: EPFL News