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1937 Nobel Prize Chemistry Winner Walter Haworth, Paul Karrer News

Exotic material made of 'soccer balls' and diamonds
Futurity: Research News
Buckyballs—short for buckminsterfullerenes—are hollow carbon spheres whose 1985 discovery earned three scientists a Nobel Prize in chemistry. Diamondoids are tiny linked cages of carbon joined, or bonded, as they are in diamonds, with hydrogen atoms ...

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Academic family: Sir Harold Kroto
Chemistry World (blog)
The discovery itself has become a well known scientific story, recently retold by Rowena Fletcher-Wood here on the Chemistry World blog. After numerous publications on the subject, Curl, Kroto and Smalley were awarded the Nobel Prize in chemistry in ...

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Echo Foundation honors Jerry Richardson, Nobel chemists
Charlotte Observer
A panel discussion with Nobel Prize laureates Peter Agre and Martin Chalfie reminded participants of the joys of scientific pursuits and the dangers of underfunding them: Bright youngsters don't become scientists, and veteran researchers must leave the ...

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Nobel Prize Winner Jules Hoffmann to Speak at 2016 International Congress of ...
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1888PressRelease - Dr. Jules A. Hoffmann, winner of the 2011 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, will be one of two Nobel Prize winners, along with Peter Agre (2003 Nobel Prize in Chemistry), to speak at the 2016 International Congress of Entomology ...

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