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January 28th, 2005
Sir Harry Kroto for Irish Times
The Nobel laureate and co-discoverer of the "Buckyball" visits Dublin next week to deliver an Academy Times lecture on his work.
Kroto shared the Nobel Prize for chemistry in 1996 with US scientists Robert Curl Jr and Richard Smalley for their discovery of and subsequent work on carbon 60, the spherical molecule with the most unusual name, buckminsterfullerene.
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