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December 27th, 2005

TWAS Prize For Chemistry Goes To Krishna Ganesh

Abstract:
Krishna Ganesh, National Chemical Laboratory, Pune, India, won the TWAS Prize in Chemistry for his outstanding contributions to molecular recognition-based design, synthesis, bioorganic and biophysical studies of novel chemically-modified DNA and PNA with potential applications in therapeutics and diagnostics. Recently, he has used DNA as a template for the organization of encapsulated gold nanoparticles to generate linear nano-assemblies.

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