01.13.2006 12:00 AM
Imaging Chip Innovators Boyle, Smith Are Honored
"Two former Bell Laboratories researchers who invented a microchip that became the building block for devices ranging from digital cameras to powerful telescopes were named winners yesterday of the 2006 Charles Stark Draper Prize, the engineering equivalent of a Nobel award," The New York Times reported.
(from Radio World)


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