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Simon Laughlin's book wins a Prose Award

last modified Feb 09, 2016 04:11 PM

Simon Laughlin's book 'Principles of Neural Design', which he co-authored with Peter Sterling, has won a Prose Award for Excellence in Biological and Life Sciences. 

The Association of American Publishers annually give out a series of awards to the best books of the year in different categories (https://proseawards.com/).  MIT Press won the Award for Excellence in Biological and Life Sciences with 'Principles of Neural Design', which also received an excellent review in Current Biology and some of Simon Laughlin's work features in the next edition of the University's Research Horizons  under the appropriate heading, Think Small.

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