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What's Next For Molecular Machines And The 2016 Nobel Prize In Chemistry?

The Nobel Prize is an incredible honor, and now molecular machines have to live up to that promise. No pressure.
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The Nobel Prize in chemistry is awarded to three chemists for 'design and synthesis' of molecular machines

Academics : LA Times: Science

Frenchman Jean-Pierre Sauvage, British-born Fraser Stoddart and Dutch scientist Bernard "Ben" Feringa on Wednesday won the Nobel Prize in chemistry for developing minuscule machines at the molecular level. The laureates share the $9...

Nobel Chemistry Prize Given to Trio for Work on Molecular Machines

Technology : Tech - WSJ.com

A trio of European scientists was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for their design and production of minuscule molecular machines.

Molecular Machines Win 2016 Chemistry Nobel

Technology : Forbes: Tech

Three chemists who made some of the first molecular machines have won the 2016 Nobel Prize. (AP Photo/Fernando Vergara, FILE) The committee recognized Jean-Pierre Sauvage, Sir J. Fraser Stoddart and Bernard L. Feringa for equal cont...

Video: Molecular machines: The 2016 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, explained

Academics / Chemistry : Physorg: Chemistry

Jean-Pierre Sauvage, Ph.D., Sir J. Fraser Stoddart, Ph.D., and Bernard L. Feringa, Ph.D., got science's sweetest Swedish phone call earlier today when they won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for developing synthetic molecular machines...

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

US Politics / Conservative : Instapundit

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...

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