Correction

March 1, 2001
The article in the January issue announcing the naming of Willis E. Lamb as the recipient of the 2000 National Medal of Science incorrectly identified his discovery of the quantum effect; his discovery is known as the "Lamb Shift."

CORRECTION

The article in the January issue announcing the naming of Willis E. Lamb as the recipient of the 2000 National Medal of Science incorrectly identified his discovery of the quantum effect; his discovery is known as the "Lamb Shift." Also, the same article incorrectly identified the president who appointed J. Robert Oppenheimer to head the Manhattan Project. President Franklin D. Roosevelt made that appointment.

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