Harold Kroto, Nobel Prize-Winning Chemist, Is Dead at 76
New York Times
His Nobel Prize-winning discovery, which he shared with Richard E. Smalley and Robert F. Curl Jr. of Rice University in Houston, was the Buckminsterfullerene molecule, a cage of 60 carbon atoms made of interlocking pentagons and hexagons. Dr. Kroto ...
FSU's Nobel-winning chemistry professor Kroto dies
Tallahassee has lost one of its brightest and most brilliant thinkers. Florida State's Nobel Prize-winning chemistry professor Sir Harold "Harry" Kroto died Saturday. He was 76 and had been battling a neuro-degenerative disease. The world famous Kroto ...
Nobel Recipient Drives Creativity, Science Education in MTSU Talk
As the first featured guest lecturer in MTSU's new Science Building, Nobel laureate Harry Kroto mentioned the 1996 international award he received during his one hour-plus public lecture. But at MTSU and virtually anywhere he goes nowadays, the ...
MTSU dedicates new $147 million science building
On Oct. 20, Nobel Prize-winning chemist Harry Kroto will deliver the first public lecture in the building. Kroto shared the 1996 Nobel Prize with Robert F. Curl Jr. and Richard E. Smalley for their discovery of fullerenes, a series of carbon molecules.