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Robert Raguso is the recipient of the 2017 Silverstein-Simeone Award from the Intenational Society of Chemical Ecology at the annual meeting (Aug. 23-28) in Kyoto, Japan.
The award is named for the co-founders of the society's journal (Journal of Chemical Ecology), and is described here:
"The ISCE Silverstein-Simeone lecture award is made in honor of the enormous contribution made to the field of chemical ecology by Drs. Robert M. (Milt) Silverstein and John B. Simeone, the founding editors of the Journal of Chemical Ecology. The award is normally made to recognize outstanding recent or current work at the frontiers of chemical ecology, rather than long term career achievement. This award is generously sponsored by Springer."