By Chemistry World2016-10-07T00:00:00+01:00
Ben Feringa, Jean-Pierre Sauvage and Fraser Stoddart take chemistry’s top gong for creating a series of nanoscale machines
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Molecular machines roll in for the 2016 chemistry Nobel was first published byChemistry World.
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