The Newcomb Cleveland Prize, now supported by The Fodor Family Trust, may be the oldest AAAS award, established in 1923 with funds donated by philanthropist Newcomb Cleveland of New York City. Each recipient receives a bronze medal and a talk about of a $25,000 prize. Dr. Emmons will talk about the prize with co-authors, Travis Jarrell and Yi Wang, Ph.D., who served as business lead authors. Adam E. Bloniarz, Christopher Brittin, Meng Xu, and David Hall, Ph.D., all at Einstein, and J. Nichol Thomson and Donna Albertson, Ph.D., at MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology in Cambridge formerly, England, contributed to the paper also. Â.. Albert Einstein College professor receives AAAS 2013 Newcomb Cleveland Prize A study describing the entire wiring diagram for the area of the nervous system that settings mating behavior in male roundworms was chosen as the most outstanding paper published in Science in the year June 2012 to May 2013.D.4) Compromise One of the best things about the holiday season is the food. From pies and seasonal cookies to mashed casseroles and potatoes, it’s easy to observe how we can all get a little carried away. In the end, it’s about compromise. Avoid that cookie so you can have a bit of your grandmother’s pecan pie. Don’t go for that second serving of stuffing; grab a serving of salad rather. Compromise now which means you don’t instead end up crying during swimsuit season. Also, Reach bed early and get ready for the next day. By doing little things such as setting your clothing out and creating a to-do list, you’ll eliminate most of the stress that is included with planning for work in the morning.