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Nobel Prize-Winning Technology Used In New 'Holy Grail' Microscope -- It Will 'Revolutionize Cell Biology'

The Inquisitr
It was the STED technology that won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for Hell in 2014. MINFLUX develops on this previous breakthrough even further. Hell told journalists, “We have routinely achieved resolutions of a nanometer with MINFLUX, which is the ...

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Drinking “Well”: Should You Order the High-end Stuff at a Bar?

Memphis Flyer
A few decades after Linus Pauling, who won a Nobel Prize for his work in the chemistry lab in 1954 (and the Nobel Peace Prize in 1962), furthered Mendeleev's work on hydrate clusters, a group of scientists at the University of Cincinnati partnered with ...

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A student's question can spark a scientific discovery, Nobel laureate tells youth forum

The Straits Times
"Teaching can sometimes be a big help towards research," said Professor Rudolph A.Marcus, who won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1992 for his contributions to the theory of electron transfer reactions in chemical system. He said: "In my own case, the ...

2001 Nobel Prize Chemistry Winner William S. Knowles, Ryōji Noyori, Karl Barry Sharpless News

Stout Elementary presents 'wax figures' of important pe

Silver City Sun-News
Student Casey Rogers portrayed Marie Curie, an early 20th century physicist and the first woman to win the Nobel Prize in physics. She also went on to become the first person, and only woman, to win a second Nobel Prize, in chemistry. "She's a really ...

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