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May 6th, 2004

Nobel Laureate and a 'Founding Father' of Nanotechnology to Speak

Abstract:
One of Rice University's most distinguished and well-respected faculty members, Professor Robert F. Curl, Jr., will be speaking at Sigma-Aldrich May 14 on "The Discovery of Fullerenes and Emerging Nanotechnology in Medicine." Professor Curl is best known for his co-discovery of fullerenes, which won him the Nobel Prize
in Chemistry in 1996.

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