Brit Sir Fraser Stoddart is among the trio awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for creating the world's smallest machines

This year's Nobel Prize in Chemistry has been awarded for work dating back to 1983, on the design of the smallest machines in the world. 
British-born Sir Fraser Stoddart, Frenchman Jean-Pierre Sauvage, and Dutch scientist Bernard 'Ben' Feringa have split the prize three ways for their invention and development of molecular machines.
The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said molecular machines 'will most likely be used in the development of things such as new materials, sensors and energy storage systems.'
MOLECULAR MACHINES The winning paper was entitled 'for the design and synthesis of... read more

5 October 2016 in Science &Technology, Views: 38
Source: Daily Mail

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