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December 31st, 2005

Tiny work leads to a huge reward for scientist

Abstract:
Ground-breaking research into nanotechnology - technology on a microscopic scale - has led to a knighthood for a Cambridge professor. The work of Professor Sir Michael Pepper, 60, resulted in the creation of the modern field of semiconductor nanostructures.

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