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September 11, 2015
W.E. (William Esco) Moerner (l) and Dr. Julio Palmaz. Photo by Lester Rosebrock, courtesy of BioMed SA. By Iris Dimmick, The Rivard Report W.E. (William Esco) Moerner - professor of chemistry... More


September 11, 2015
William Moerner, San Antonio native and 2014 Nobel Prize Winner in Chemistry and recipient of the 10th annual BioMed SA Julio Palmaz Award. Courtesy Photo. By Laura Lorek, Silicon Hills News Nobel Prize... More


August 2, 2015
By Iris Dimmick, The Rivard Report, Every year BioMed SA, San Antonio's nonprofit biomedical sector accelerator, honors individuals - rock stars of the science world, really - that advance the healthcare and bioscience fields with significant research and/or inventions. More


August 1, 2015
By Peggy O'Hare, San Antonio Express-News, A San Antonio native who captured the Nobel Prize in chemistry in 2014 for his work developing the first super-resolution microscope is returning to his hometown for another honor. More


July 31, 2015
BioMed SA, the non-profit organization focused on growing and promoting San Antonio's thriving healthcare and bioscience sector, will award its tenth annual Julio Palmaz Award for Innovation in Healthcare and the Biosciences to W.E. (William Esco) Moerner, Ph.D., of Stanford University. More


July 31, 2015
Jefferson High School graduate Dr. William Moerner, who received the 2014 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his work in super high resolution microscopy, will receive the Palmaz Award for Innovation in Healthcare and the Biosciences from the non profit group BioMed SA, News Radio 1200 WOAI reports. More


July 31, 2015
By W. Scott Bailey, San Antonio Business Journal, BioMed SA has named W.E. Moerner, a Nobel Prize winner and former San Antonian, to receive its 2015 Palmaz Award for Innovation in Healthcare and the Biosciences. Moerner, a 1971 graduate of San Antonio's Thomas Jefferson High School, is the 10th winner of BioMedSA's signature award and the first Nobel laureate to claim the honor. More
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