Upstate SC professor wins lifetime achievement award
The Dr. Charles Townes Individual Lifetime Achievement Award presented by Innovision honors an individual who has exhibited a sustained commitment to the advancement of technology and the community for the benefit of our state. The award is named after the only person other than the Dalai Lama and Mother Teresa to win both a Nobel Prize and a Templeton Prize. Mike Switzer interviews the most recent recipient of this prestigious award, Dr. Martine LaBerge, a professor and chair of Bioengineering at Clemson University. She was also recently inducted into the South Carolina Hall of Fame.