Physicist who all won the Nobel Award in Chemistry in 2014 for developing methods found in super high-resolution fluorescence microscopy. He started serving on the Howard Hughes Medical Institute’s Janelia Plantation Analysis Campus in 2006. He was created in Ann Arbor and gained his PhD in Anatomist Physics from Cornell School in 1988. This year 2010, he was provided the Potential Delbruck Award for natural physics but dropped to simply accept the award. His dad and stepmother possessed the Ann Arbor Machine Firm. He and Minnesota-born molecular biologist Peter Agre are both recipients from the Nobel Award in Chemistry.