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August 22nd, 2007
A new nanotechnology-based 'magic bullet' treatment for heart disease has won a molecular biologist the 2007 Australian Eureka Prize for Science and Medical Research.
The prize was among 20 - worth a total of over A$200,000 - given out last night at the nation's premier science awards, the Australian Museum Eureka Prizes, held at the Australian Technology Park in Sydney.
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