b'Carnegie Science|Fall 2020 9Exposito-Alonso Recognized for Early Career Excellence by American Society of Naturalists and Max Planck Societys Otto Hahn Medal, Plus Forbes Under 30In February, evolutionary geneticistHis lab is pioneering the use of Moises Exposito-Alonso was one of fourgenomics to see whether species will recipients of the American Society ofevolve and keep pace with global climate Naturalists Jasper Loftus-Hills Youngchange. They use large-scale ecological Investigator Award in recognition ofand genome-sequencing experiments to outstanding and promising work byexplore fundamental evolutionary individuals who are within three years ofinsights, to generate maps of a species completing their Ph.D. or in their final yeargenomic susceptibility to global warming. of graduate school. In July, the Max PlanckIn March, Exposito-Alonso was named Societys Otto Hahn Medal also awardeda member of the 2020 class of Forbes 30 him for early career excellence. That prizeUnder 30 Europe list in science and is endowed with 7,500 euros. healthcare.Exposito-Alonso joined Carnegie inOut of the thousands of nominees, the 30 September 2019 as a staff associate, afinalists in each of the 10 categories comprise position designed for early careerthe worlds most impactful community of scientists who are ready to independentlyyoung entrepreneurs and game changers, pursue challenging research projects. according to the announcement. Steve Farber and BioEYES Recognized for Excellence in Science EducationThe American Society for Cell Biologyefforts have reached more than 130,000 (ASCB) recognized Carnegies Stevenchildren across the U.S. and abroad, with Farber and the University ofmajor hubs in Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Pennsylvanias Jamie Shuda with itsMelbourne, Australia.Bruce Alberts Award for Excellence inStudents use the fish to learn about Science Education, which honorsgenetics and the cardiovascular system. innovative and sustained contributionsThey also gain an understanding of the to the field.scientific method by asking questions and In 2002, Farber and Shuda cofoundeddesigning experiments to probe for BioEYES, a nonprofit STEM educationanswers.program that gives K-12 students The ASCB selection committee said particularly those who are underserved they were particularly impressed by your hands-on experience studying the lifelongstanding partnership and the cycle of zebrafish and lessons ininfluence that two individuals working fundamental genetic principles. Theirtogether can have.John Mulchaeys Outreach Honored with Humanitarian AwardJohn Mulchaey, director and Crawford H.throughout the Los Angeles area.Greenewalt Chair of the CarnegieHe created the popular Observatories Observatories, was presented with aAstronomy Lecture Series at the Humanitarian STAR Award by the honorsHuntington Library, Art Museum, and founding bodythe Rotary Club of SierraBotanical Gardens, now in its 18th season, Madrefor outstanding scientific andwhich has drawn sold-out crowds. technological achievements withMulchaey also gives some 50 talks each significant humanitarian benefit.year to groups around Southern California Mulchaey was selected for the clubsand across the country. He also launched a Helios award in acknowledgment of hisprogram for gifted high school students to long-standing efforts at promotinggain exposure to what its actually like to outreach events and activities to sharebe a scientist, among other programsastronomy with enthusiasts of all ages'