Peter Griffin posted in harry kroto • nanotechnology on February 9th, 2009.
The New Zealand Herald’s Chris Barton interviews Sir Harold Kroto, a Nobel Prize winner and pioneer in the field of Nanoscience. An excerpt: “Carbon 60, aka Buckminsterfullerene, is his claim to fame. Its discovery in 1985 by Kroto, Robert Curl and Richard Smalley led to the trio getting the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1996. […]
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