This year, the MIT School of Science has recognized 13 postdocs and research scientists who are the recipients of the 2021 Infinite Expansion Award.
The award, formerly called the “Infinite Kilometer Award,” was created in 2012 to highlight the contributions of important members of the MIT science community. The awardees are nominated for their contributions to their research labs, participation in educational programs, exceptional talent, generous character, service to the community, teamwork, and in general, going above and beyond in their roles at the Institute, especially during the coronavirus pandemic.
The following are the 2021 School of Science Infinite Expansion winners:
The honor includes a monetary award and will be commemorated in person at a later date with family, friends, and nominators, as well as the winners of the 2021 Infinite Mile Award.