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3 Scientists Win Nobel in Chemistry for Creating World's Smallest Machines

A trio of scientists has won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for designing and creating the world's smallest machines, turning linked-up molecules into contraptions that could do work. These include a tiny lift, artificial muscles and a mini motor.
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