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Livermore Lab physicist wins American Physical Society award

Tammy Ma to receive award at society's annual meeting in San Jose Oct. 31

A Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory physicist has won the American Physical Society's 2016 award for outstanding early career contributions in plasma physics.

Tammy Ma won the 2016 Thomas H. Stix Award for Outstanding Early Career Contributions to Plasma Physics Research.

The award honors one person who has made outstanding theoretical, experimental, computational or technical contribution to plasma physics.

Ma will receive $2,000 and a certificate at the 58th annual meeting of the APS Division of Plasma Physics in San Jose from Oct. 31 to

Nov. 4.

Keith Burbank, Bay City News

— Bay City News Service

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