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3 laureates split the 2016 Nobel Chemistry Prize for constructing the world’s tiniest machines

Jean-Pierre Sauvage, Sir Fraser Stoddart and Bernard Feringa split the 2016 Nobel Chemistry Prize for building the world's smallest machines out of chemical molecules. Continue reading ? The post 3 laureates split the 2016 Nobel Chemistry Prize for constructing the world’s tiniest machines appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
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