Reuters/Reuters - Sven Lidin (bottom L-R), Staffan Normark and Mans Ehrenberg announce the laureates of the 2014 Nobel Prize for Chemistry, at the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences in Stockholm October 8, 2014. …more REUTERS/Bertil Ericson/TT ... Yahoo! Canada, 1 week ago
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A TINY WORLD Eric Betzig (left), Stefan Hell (center) and W.E. Moerner share the 2014 Nobel Prize in chemistry for developing high-resolution microscopy techniques. From left: Matt Staley; Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry; Linda A.Science News Online, 1 week ago Trio Wins Nobel Chemistry Prize For Work In Super-Resolved Fluorescence Microscopy BuzzFeed, 1 week ago Nobel Prize for Chemistry goes to Betzig, Moerner, and Hell France 24 MSN UK, 1 week ago Two Americans, One German Win Chemistry Nobel Prize For Groundbreaking Work On Microscopes Business Insider, 1 week ago
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