Trio wins Nobel chemistry prize for 'world's smallest machines'



A trio of European scientists has won the 2016 Nobel Prize for Chemistry for developing molecular machines that could one day be injected to fight cancer or used to make new types of materials and energy storage devices.
Frenchman Jean-Pierre Sauvage, Scotland's J. Fraser Stoddart and Dutchman Bernard Feringa developed molecules that produce mechanical motion in response to a stimulus, allowing them to perform specific tasks, the Nobel Academy said on Wednesday in awarding the 8 million Swedish crown (731,618 pound) prize.
Such molecular machines can be developed in smart medicines that... read more

 
5 October 2016 in World News, Views: 29
Source: Reuters
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