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April 11th, 2006

Nobel laureate set to talk nanotech

Abstract:
A Nobel Prize-winning researcher from the team that discovered "buckyballs" will be speaking about nanotechnology at UCLA today as part of the bimonthly seminar series presented by the California NanoSystems Institute at UCLA. Harold Kroto won the Nobel Prize in chemistry in 1996 for his efforts with Robert Curl Jr. and Richard Smalley in discovering buckminsterfullerene. Today, Kroto will be speaking about architecture in nanospace.

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