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NANOTECHNOLOGY UPDATE: Nobel Prize in chemistry goes to scientists who made molecular machines. …

NANOTECHNOLOGY UPDATE: Nobel Prize in chemistry goes to scientists who made molecular machines. Three scientists whose independent work led to the development of molecular machines with controllable movement won the 2016 Nobel Prize in chemistry, the organization announced Wednesday. The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences awarded the prize to Jean-Pierre Sauvage, Sir J. Fraser Stoddart […
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